During the elction, Donald Trump was often referred to as a reality TV star, but his on-screen appearances aren't limited to just "The Apprentice." Between television and movies, Trump has 26 acting credits on top of numerous other appearances as "himself," according to IMDB. Here are 12 Trump cameos you might not have noticed before:

Trump appeared as himself in this 1989 film. His short cameo earned him a Razzie in 1991 for worst supporting actor.

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Trump delivered one line — "Down the hall and to the left," — in the 1992 sequel to "Home Alone." 

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Marla Maples, Trump's second wife, joined him on an episode of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" in 1994. He played himself and was at the Banks' …

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Trump made a very brief appearance as Waldo's dad in "The Liltte Rascals." His entire role consisted of him answering the phone and telling hi…

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Once again, Trump plays himself in this 1996 made-for-TV movie.

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Although the volume on this one is a little off (you'll probably need to turn it up a little), you can still get the idea. Trump once again pl…

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Trump's brief cameo even made it into the 1996 movie's trailer. 

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This is one of two episodes Trump appeared in during the 1997 season of "NightMan." In this episode, "Face to Face," an escaped convict who ca…

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Trump appears as himself in this 1998 episode of "Spin City." Mike Flaherty (Michael J. Fox) brings Trump in to give the mayor (Barry Bostwick…

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His brief appearance features "Samantha, a cosmopolitan, and Donald Trump — you just don't get more New York than that."

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Trump — and wife Melania — appeared very briefly in "Zoolander" to talk about how "male modeling wouldn't be what it is today" without title c…

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George Wade (Hugh Grant) trades barbs with Trump, playing himself, at a party in the 2002 movie "Two Weeks Notice."

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Trump's acting credits on IMDB

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