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Youree Dell Harris

  • Birthplace: Los Angeles, California
  • Birthday: August 12
Date of passing: 
July 26, 2016

Obituary

Obituary: 

Youree Dell Harris was a television psychic, best known for her appearances in the late 1990s as “Miss Cleo.” The Los Angeles native appeared on infomercials as a Jamaican spokeswoman for a pay-per-call psychic service.

Harris appeared for Psychic Readers Network under her pseudonym from 1997 to 2003. She was known for reading tarot cards on the air and yelling out the catchphrase, “Call me now!” 

She also lent her voice to the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and worked for the TV network Fuse in the early 2000s. Additionally, she appeared as herself in the documentaries Becoming Psychic and Hotline, the latter of which addressed the intense connection that strangers can make over the phone.

Youree Dell Harris was a television psychic, best known for her appearances in the late 1990s as “Miss Cleo.” The Los Angeles native appeared on infomercials as a Jamaican spokeswoman for a pay-per-call psychic service.

Harris appeared for Psychic Readers Network under her pseudonym from 1997 to 2003. She was known for reading tarot cards on the air and yelling out the catchphrase, “Call me now!” 

She also lent her voice to the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and worked for the TV network Fuse in the early 2000s. Additionally, she appeared as herself in the documentaries Becoming Psychic and Hotline, the latter of which addressed the intense connection that strangers can make over the phone.

Harris died July 26, 2016, in Palm Beach, Florida. She was 53.

 

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