Donald Trump is an American businessman, television personality and the 45th and current President of the United States who has made cameo appearances in 12 films and around 10 television series.
Television [ edit ]
Trump has appeared in three
VHS tapes released by . He did not appear in any scenes containing nudity or sexual content. Playboy  
Other appearances [ edit ]
In 1989, Trump appeared in the music video for
Bobby Brown's single " On Our Own", which was predominately featured in the movie . Ghostbusters II In 2004, Trump started hosting  which he did for seven seasons until 2010 when the spin-off The Apprentice replaced it. He hosted The Celebrity Apprentice Celebrity Apprentice for seven seasons when he stopped for his pursuit of the presidency. Trump also voiced in the video game . Donald Trump's Real Estate Tycoon
Trump has also appeared in a number of television commercials for
Pizza Hut. The first of these commercials aired in the U.S. in 1995, and featured his ex-wife Ivana promoting Stuffed Crust pizzas. The second of these commercials aired in the  Australian market in 2000, and was for large 'New Yorker' pizzas the chain was promoting at the time. 
References [ edit ]
^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m LaFrance, Adrienne (December 21, 2015). "Three Decades of Donald Trump Film and TV Cameos". . The Atlantic
^ Weisman, Aly (28 August 2015). "Donald Trump's forgotten but incredible TV and movie cameos from the '90s". Business Insider . Retrieved . 10 November 2016
^ a b c d Jang, Meena; Stone, Natalie (March 10, 2016). "Donald Trump: 18 Memorable Cameos, From 'Home Alone 2' to 'Sex and the City. '" . The Hollywood Reporter
^ Garvey, Marianne; Niemietz, Brian; Coleman, Oli Coleman; Maresca, Rachel (September 7, 2015). "Donald Trump in 'Wall Street' sequel: Don't touch my hair!". Daily News. New York . Retrieved . June 10, 2016
^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1743720/ The Greatest movie Ever Sold
^ Russell, Jason (October 7, 2015). "Donald Trump's tremendous acting career in 13 clips". Washington Examiner . Retrieved . June 8, 2016
^ Kreps, Daniel (November 8, 2015). "Watch Donald Trump Dance to Drake's 'Hotline Bling' in 'SNL' Spoof". Rolling Stone . Retrieved . June 8, 2016
^ Geier, Ben (October 27, 2015). "Here's what happened the last time Donald Trump hosted SNL". Fortune . Retrieved . November 23, 2016
^ Fahrenthold, David (October 8, 2016). "Trump Recorded Having Extremely Lewd Conversation about Women in 2005". The Washington Post. ‘This was locker-room banter...’ Trump said in a statement.
^ Fox, Emily. "Donald Trump's Missed Calling: Broadway". The Hive . Retrieved . June 8, 2016
^ Wade, Keller (June 15, 2009). "WWE News: Donald Trump buys WWE Raw from Vince McMahon in TV storyline". PWTorch.com . Retrieved . November 23, 2016
^ "Donald Trump versus Vince McMahon". Los Angeles Times . Retrieved . 10 November 2016
^ , 2011-03-15 Supercars , retrieved 4 February 2017
^ , 2012-03-13 Supercars , retrieved 2016-11-11
^ , 2012-10-16 The Men Who Built America , retrieved 2017-01-23
^ a b c Kaczynski, Andrew; Massie, Chris (November 23, 2016). "Trump took Polaroids, interviewed models in 1994 Playboy video" . Retrieved . October 6, 2016
^ a b Alexander, Harriet (October 1, 2016). "Donald Trump's cameo in 2000 Playboy video unearthed" . Retrieved . October 2, 2016
^ "Bobby Brown's Music Video for Ghostbusters 2 is a Bizarre Moment in Time". Tor.com. June 27, 2012.
^ "1995 Pizza Hut Commercial (Stuffed Crust: Donald and Ivana Trump)". Yum! Brands, via YouTube.com. May 16, 2015.
^ "Pizza Hut "New Yorker" TV ad (2000) featuring Donald Trump". Yum! Brands, via YouTube.com. August 29, 2013.
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