Alec Baldwin mastered Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live" during the 2016 campaign season. He continued the role after Trump was elected, and even won an Emmy for it.
But he's not the only funnyman to take on Mr. Trump as an impersonator. See who else is stepping into character as "The Donald."
Comedian Anthony Atamanuik plays Donald Trump on Comedy Central's "The President Show."
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Atamanuik has also played Mr. Trump at a number of comedy events, including Politicon in July 2017.
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Robert Ensler, who calls himself "the real president Donald Trump impersonator," has been channeling Trump since 2005.
He works parties and conventions, offers photo shoots and even does keynote speeches in character.
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Here, Ensler plays Trump at the Reel Awards in Las Vegas. The show honors the world's top impersonators.
Impersonator Marcel Forestieri performs at events as President Trump. He has also impersonated Jay Leno and Elvis.
Here he appears at The Reel Awards 2017 with Melania Trump impersonator Mycki Manning.
Forestieri doesn't pose only with "Melania." Here, he performs with Suzie Kennedy as Marilyn Monroe during the 2017 Reel Awards.
An unnamed Trump lookalike appeared outside of Trump Tower in October 2016 with bikini-clad women. The performance piece was executed by artist Alison Jackson.
Jackson has worked with the same impersonator on a photo series.
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Dustin Gold, aka "TrumpGuy," is a self-described conservative political activist and comedian who has performed at several inaugural balls and Trump rallies.
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Dennis Alan, a Trump impersonator, often turns up around Hong Kong with an actor who impersonates North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
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Alan hangs with other "world leaders" too. Here, he poses with doppelgangers for Kim Jong-un and Barack Obama at the first day of the Rugby Sevens Tournament in Hong Kong.
Impressionist Mike Osman calls himself "the UK's No. 1 Donald Trump Impersonator." He appears on television and at parties. He also does a "Trump Live" show.
Dario Ballantini is an impersonator, comedian, painter and actor. Here, he impersonates Trump at the 2016/17 opener of an Italian theater in Milan.
We suspect he'd also do a mean Leno.
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John Di Domenico impersonates dozens of celebrities, and has been doing a Trump impression since his heyday on "The Apprentice." Di Domenico works at events and conferences.
Eric Jackman, of New Hampshire, was called out by Trump when Jackman showed up at one of his campaign rallies.
He offers his services at conventions, parties and corporate events.
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"Look at that," Trump said in reaction to Jackman at the rally. "Get up here. Oh, no! Tell me Trump doesn't look like that."
Todd Wertalik, a Trump supporter, impersonated the then-candidate at a rally in Tampa, Florida, in February 2016.
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Dan Conneally, a Donald Trump impersonator and Trump fan, impersonated the then-candidate during a rally in June 2016 in Florida.
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An unidentified Donald Trump impersonator worked the crowd in New York City's Times Square on July 3, 2017.
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A Trump impersonator, introduced as "Ronald Grump," performed with Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan and director Karan Johar during a film festival in July 2017.
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Nepali comedian Manoj Gajurel performed in a show impersonating Mr. Trump in August 2017.
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Here, Trump impersonator RJ Morris takes a selfie with a Hillary Clinton supporter in Atlanta before a presidential debate in September 2016.
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Donald Trump impersonator Rafael Almodovar sparred with Hillary Clinton impersonator Corina Almodovar in Las Vegas on Election Night.
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