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Entertainment Alec Baldwin and 12 Other Actors Who've Played Donald Trump on Screen (Photos)

03:10  08 november  2020
03:10  08 november  2020 Source:   thewrap.com

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Long before Alec Baldwin donned a blond wig, the late Phil Hartman played Donald Trump in a series of sketches. The first mocked Donald and Ivana Trump (Jan Hooks) as out-of-touch rich people at Christmas-time, while later skits depicted the couple’s tabloid divorce.

Irish actor Brendan Gleeson is the latest to play the real estate mogul turned Commander in Chief.

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Alec Baldwin and 11 Other Actors Who've Played Donald Trump on Screen (Photos)

Phil Hartman, "Saturday Night Live" (1988-1990)

Long before Alec Baldwin donned a blond wig, the late Phil Hartman played Donald Trump in a series of sketches. The first mocked Donald and Ivana Trump (Jan Hooks) as out-of-touch rich people at Christmas-time, while later skits depicted the couple's tabloid divorce.

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Darrell Hammond, "Saturday Night Live" (1999-2011)

Before Baldwin, Hammond was the go-to impersonator of Trump, starting with two sketches in 1989 and then off and on in multiple sketches over the next decade. He even returned to don a too-long red tie when Trump was guest host in 2015.

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For many people, Baldwin ’s portrayal of Trump on Saturday Night Live is considered definitive. The 30 Rock star first played the businessman during his Where most actors portraying Trump have tended to approach the president from a comedic angle, Gleeson’s appearance as him in The Comey Rule

Alec Baldwin unveiled his Donald Trump impression during an appearance on Saturday Night Live, roasting the Republican nominee's performance in Ivanka Trump - played by Margot Robbie - appeared in the Feud skit, and Trump 's two sons, Don Jr. and Eric, made a surprise appearance by

Louis Ferreira, "Trump Unauthorized" (2005)

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Phil Hartman, "Saturday Night Live" (1988-1990)

Long before Alec Baldwin donned a blond wig, the late Phil Hartman played Donald Trump in a series of sketches. The first mocked Donald and Ivana Trump (Jan Hooks) as out-of-touch rich people at Christmas-time, while later skits depicted the couple's tabloid divorce.

The Portugese-born actor — best known for his work on TV series like "Stargate Universe," "Breaking Bad" and "S.W.A.T." — starred as the real estate mogul-turned reality star in a 2005 ABC movie.

Jason Sudeikis, "Saturday Night Live" (2012)

In a cold open parody of "Fox & Friends," Sudeikis channeled Trump criticizing President Barack Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy. Ironically, he also played Joe Biden during the first years of the Trump administration.

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Donald Trump is known for The Apprentice, but his acting resume extends much further than reality TV. As with most of his on - screen moments, Trump has only a couple of lines, and the bulk of the When Jack tells the other players that whatever he wins will be the only income he has not garnished

Trump -pocalypse: Alec Baldwin portrays a cowardly President Trump who runs at first sign of alien invasion Kenan Thomson plays the general commander who introduces the mock President and stands The Trump impersonator continued: 'We' ve got the best military, but we don 't win anymore.

Taran Killam, "Saturday Night Live" (2015)

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: Darrell Hammond, © Provided by TheWrap

Darrell Hammond, "Saturday Night Live" (1999-2011)

Before Baldwin, Hammond was the go-to impersonator of Trump, starting with two sketches in 1989 and then off and on in multiple sketches over the next decade. He even returned to don a too-long red tie when Trump was guest host in 2015.

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Alec Baldwin and his impersonation of President-elect Donald Trump (above) returns to Saturday Night Live after a one-week hiatus. The actor , who has perfected his impersonation of President-elect Donald Trump on the hit NBC variety show, teased of more to come Saturday afternoon.

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After Trump announced his bid for the White House, Taran Killam grimaced his way through sketches as the (then) long-shot candidate in a series of episodes through the early months of the 2016 campaign.

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Louis Ferreira, "Trump Unauthorized" (2005)

The Portugese-born actor -- best known for his work on TV series like "Stargate Universe," "Breaking Bad" and "S.W.A.T." -- starred as the real estate mogul-turned reality star in a 2005 ABC movie.


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Johnny Depp, "#FODTrumpMovie: Introducing Ivana" (2016)

The heavily made-up "Pirates of the Caribbean" star played an '80s-era Trump (opposite Micheala Watkins' Ivana) in a "found" video posted by Funny or Die in February 2016.

Alec Baldwin, "Saturday Night Live" (2016-)

The former "30 Rock" star began playing Trump in October 2016 just one month before the mogul's surprise election victory — and he has continued to lampoon the president throughout his presidency, often in the cold open that kicks off the show.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Jason Sudeikis, © Provided by TheWrap

Jason Sudeikis, "Saturday Night Live" (2012)

In a cold open parody of "Fox & Friends," Sudeikis channeled Trump criticizing President Barack Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy. Ironically, he also played Joe Biden during the first years of the Trump administration.

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Bob DiBuono, "The Nightly Show Larry Wilmore Show" (2016)

Comedian Bob DiBuono has emerged as one of the leading Trump impersonators, appearing regularly on Larry Willmore's Comedy Central show as well as "Murphy Brown" and "The View."

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Jimmy Fallon, "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon" (2016-)

"SNL" alum Jimmy Fallon received far less favorable reviews for his own Trump impression on "The Tonight Show" — as well as infamous hair-mussing of the then-candidate in a 2016 pre-election appearance.

a person wearing a suit and tie: Taran Killam, © Provided by TheWrap

Taran Killam, "Saturday Night Live" (2015)

After Trump announced his bid for the White House, Taran Killam grimaced his way through sketches as the (then) long-shot candidate in a series of episodes through the early months of the 2016 campaign.

Anthony Atamanuik, "The President Show" (2017-18)

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Atamanuik won over critics with his Trump impression: "superior to (Alec) Baldwin's in a handful of ways — chiefly the hands, which he uses to punch the air while simultaneously reaching for a word that won't quite come," Newsday critic Verne Gay wrote). But the series lasted only two seasons.

Brendan Gleeson, "The Comey Rule" (2020)

In Showtime's miniseries about the standoff between Trump and former FBI director James Comey, Irish actor Brendan Gleeson plays the Commander in Chief. "Gleeson kicks the program to life," New York Times critic James Poniewozik wrote. "His rendering of Trump's wandering diction is the best I've seen outside a lip-sync. Half his performance is in his bearing, chin jutted forward like the prow of a swollen yacht."

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Johnny Depp, "#FODTrumpMovie: Introducing Ivana" (2016)

The heavily made-up "Pirates of the Caribbean" star played an '80s-era Trump (opposite Micheala Watkins' Ivana) in a "found" video posted by Funny or Die in February 2016.

Jeff Rector, "Bad President" (2020)

In this satire, the comedian plays a Trump who is seduced by the Devil himself (Eddie Griffin) to run for president.

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