Fame Daddy will offer would-be-mothers “top quality celebrity surrogate fathers” when it launches next February, according to Dan Richards, its chief executive.
Prices will start at 15,000 pounds for a premium sperm service from the clinic, the Telegraph reported.
The company’s website, which was launched last week, claims that women can pick from a range of celebrated high-achievers when picking a prospective father for their offspring.
The identities of each high-flying father will kept secret as the donors have been guaranteed anonymity.
The men will also be required to sign a legal waiver of their rights to access to the child.
However, the would-be mothers using the Fame Daddy clinic will be able to identify their area of achievement and other personal attributes.
They can choose from donor dads who have excelled in a range of fields including sport, entertainment and business.
The website lists a range of “sample profiles” of typical sperm donors, including an Oscar-winning actor, a member of the House of Lords and an ex-Premiership footballer.
“We currently have about 40 people on our register of interested donors,” Richards said.