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TV Psychic Miss Cleo Dead At 53

She was well-known in the late ‘90s for her commercials that asked viewers to “Call me now.”
Cleo Harris, best known as Miss Cleo the face and voice of the Psychic Friends Network television ads of a few years ago, is
Cleo Harris, best known as Miss Cleo the face and voice of the Psychic Friends Network television ads of a few years ago, is shown in Lake Worth, Florida, on February 24, 2009. 

TV psychic Miss Cleo, whose real name is Youree Dell Harris, died Tuesday morning at a Palm Beach County, Florida, hospital, her rep confirmed to TMZ. She was 53 years old.

According to her representative’s statement to the celebrity gossip site, the psychic was a “pillar of strength” while battling colon cancer. Harris was released to a hospice center last week. 

Harris was born in Los Angeles, California, in August 1962. She found fame as Jamaican psychic Miss Cleo, who was well-known in the late ‘90s for her commercials that asked viewers to “Call me now.” Harris later found work voicing a character in 2002’s video game, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. 

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