"Ghosts Can't Do It" (1989)
"I think you like to make mischief," Bo Derek tells Trump's character. He responds with a smirk, "You noticed that."
"Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" (1992)
Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) asks The Donald himself for directions to the hotel lobby.
"Lady Boss" (1992)
Trump charms two lunching ladies, one of whom is Joan Rivers.
"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" (1994)
The sight of Trump and his then-wife Marla Maples cause Carlton (Alfonso Ribeiro) to faint, while Will (Will Smith) sees it as an opportunity to strike a deal.
"The Little Rascals" (1994)
Trump plays the Waldo's big-businessman dad. "Waldo, you're the best son money can buy," he says.
"Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart" (1995)
In the TV movie starring Jason Bateman, Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers, Marion Ross learns that her long-lost brother is none other than Donald Trump.
"The Associate" (1996)
Trump opts to rub elbows with a powerful businesswoman played by Whoopi Goldberg.
Trump plays a crook, who morphs into ... Trump.
"The Drew Carey Show" (1997)
Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles and Christa Miller encounter an amiable Trump during a traffic jam.
"Suddenly Susan" (1997)
Kathy Griffin pitches a magazine idea to Trump.
"Spin City" (1998)
Michael J. Fox's character introduces Trump to Mayor Winston (Barry Bostwick), who is impressed by "The Art of the Deal."
"Sex and the City" (1999)
"Samantha, a Cosmopolitan and Donald Trump: you just don't get more New York that that," Kim Cattrall says.
Trump and Melania are interviewed on the red carpet about Zoolander.
"The Job" (2001)
Trump flirts with Elizabeth Hurley, who is sharing a meal with Denis Leary.
"Two Weeks Notice" (2002)
Trump threatens to steal Hugh Grant's loyal assistant, played by Sandra Bullock.
"Days of Our Lives" (2005)
Nicole, played by Arianne Zucker (aka, the woman in the controversial "Access Hollywood" clip) asks Trump for a place in his organization.