Actors Who Played Presidents
Without question, the president of the United States is one of the most respected and dignified positions held throughout the world. However, the men that have taken the oath to lead the nation forward have their own stories, struggles and lives beyond the speeches and suits that are on display to the public. These are the actors that have shown the men of the White House for who they really are.
Actor, Comedian / 1951 -
Academy Award-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams played President Theodore Roosevelt in the films Night at the Museum, and its sequel Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.
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