List of Actors Who Played President of The United States

This is a partial list of actors and actresses who have played the role of a real or fictitious President of the United States in films or television.

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List Of Actors Who Played President Of The United States - Awards - Golden Globe Awards – Fictional Presidents
... Year Category President Nominee Film or Television Series or Miniseries Result 1964 Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Jordan Lyman Fredric March Seven Days in May Nominated 1999 Best ...

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