Miss Cleo was an American Television personality.
In the late 1990s, she began work for the Psychic Readers Network under the name Cleo. She appeared as a television infomercial psychic in which she claimed to be a shaman from Jamaica.
The network is said to have coined the title "Miss Cleo" and sent unsolicited emails, some of which stated, "[Miss Cleo has] been authorized to issue you a Special Tarot Reading!... it is vital that you call immediately!"
A tie-in book, Keepin' It Real: A Practical Guide for Spiritual Living appeared in 2001 Its authorship was attributed to Miss Cleo.
She voiced the character of Auntie Poulet in the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
Under the name Cleomili Harris, she spoke about her experiences at the Psychic Readers Network in the 2014 documentary Hotline, which focused on telephone relationships between strangers.
As Miss Cleo, she appeared in a 2015 series of advertisements for the General Mills breakfast cereal French Toast Crunch.
Miss Cleo's net worth was $1.5 at time of her death.
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Miss Cleo’s father is David Harris.
Miss Cleo’s mother is Alisa Teresa Hopis.