President Donald Trump walks from Marine One as he returns to the White House in Washington, D.C., March 5, 2017. Reuters

Before becoming the 45th president of the U.S, Donald Trump was known for his a colorful career as a business mogul and real estate tycoon. Along with his established career, Trump also tried his hands in acting.

Yes! Trump made several cameo appearances in movies and television shows, including WWE and “The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air.” In most of these appearances, the billionaire was greeted with awe. Even though a businessman, Trump is said to have made himself available for these cameos.

Check out the complete list of movies by Trump.

“Ghosts Can't Do It”- 1989

This romantic crime fantasy comedy movie earned Trump the Worst Supporting Actor award in Golden Raspberry Awards. Trump played himself in the cameo. In the movie, he and Katie Scott's character played by Bo Derek are seen in a meeting where Katie is receiving help from her husband Scott, a ghost only she can see.

“Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” - 1992

Trump made a small appearance in this sequel of the 1990 hit “Home Alone.” In a short scene, the then businessman helps Macaulay Culkin's character to get to the lobby of New York's Plaza Hotel. After Culkin heads to the given direction, Trump looks at the child skeptically and then moves on with his routine work.

“The Little Rascals” - 1994

In most of his cameos, Trump never shied away of showing off his wealth. In “The Little Rascals,” too, he flaunted his wealth. He played Waldo's (Blake McIver Ewing) dad in movie and he tells his son over the phone: "You're the best son money can buy."

“Across the Sea of Time” - 1995

According to the New York Times in 1995, Trump has a few “suitably discreet” cameos as himself in the movie about Russian immigrant boy who reaches New York to search his missing relatives.

“Eddie” - 1996

Starring Whoopi Goldberg, “Eddie” — played by Goldberg — tells a story about a limo driver who ends up coaching the New York Knicks. And Trump takes credit for Eddie’s success.

“Actually, hiring Eddie was my idea from the beginning,” he says in the movie.

“The Associate”-1996

Trump plays himself in this movie and roles involve casts his lunch date aside to sit with some other person considered more important.

“54” - 1998

Trump appears at the end credits. He gets out of his limo and head over to Studio 54. However, this scene was edited in both the regular DVD and “director’s cut” version.


At the end of the movie, Judy Davis’ character Robin interviews Trump and asks him what he is currently working on. Trump replies: “I’m working on buying St. Patrick’s Cathedral, maybe doing a little rip-down job and putting up a very very tall and beautiful building.”

“Zoolander” - 2001

In this movie, too, Trump takes credit for Derek Zoolander’s success. He tells reporters:, "Without Derek Zoolander, male modeling wouldn't be what it is today."

“Two Weeks Notice” - 2002

Trump made a cameo as himself this movie. He has a tiff with George Wade (Hugh Grant) at a party just before Wade falls in love with Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock).

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps - 2010

Trump's scene was edited out of this movie is but is included on the DVD.

“POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold” - 2011 documentary

Trump also made a short appearance in this documentary.