Here's how much some people charge to do a *Business* #Cameo:

James Van Der Beek - $50k [?!]

Marlon Wayans - $10k

Ice Cube - $7,500

Richard Dreyfuss - $6,993

Gary Busey
Don Johnson
Chris Tucker
John C McGinley
Joe Piscopo

David Hasselhoff
Lindsay Lohan

Jeremy Piven - $2,800

Steve Guttenberg
George Wendt
Corey Feldman

Elijah Wood - $2,100

John Lovitz
Chris Noth
Tori Spelling

Martin Kove - $1,500

Loni Anderson
Tara Reid
Bob Sagat
Kevin Pollack
Tommy Chong
Marc Summers
Chris Kattan

Tom Arnold - $850

Louie Anderson - $795

Dave Foley - $700

Andy Dick - $693

DL Hughley

Barry Williams
George Wallace
Ernie Hudson
Melissa Joan Hart
Danny Bonaduce

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