ABC has found its Ivana Trump (search).

Actress Katheryn Winnick (search) has been cast as Donald Trump's (search) ex-wife in ABC's upcoming movie about Trump, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The movie is based on Gwenda Blair's book, "The Trumps: Three Generations That Built an Empire," (search) and is slated to cover the last 25 years of Trump's life.

The role of Donald Trump, who's found additional fame as the host of NBC's "The Apprentice," hasn't yet been cast.

Ivana Trump, who was married to The Donald for 15 years, is an ex-Czech skier and was a model in Montreal when she met her future husband.

And, like The Donald, Ivana is hoping for reality-TV fame. Her show, "Ivana Young Man," is slated to air on Fox.

Donald and Ivana had three children together before their highly publicized divorce.

The Donald subsequently married and divorced Marla Maples (they had a daughter together), and was recently married for the third time to Melania Knauss.

The Toronto-born Winnick, 26, speaks Ukrainian — which should help her with Ivana's European accent — and is a second-degree black belt in karate.

She's appeared in episodes of "CSI: Miami," "Oz," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "PSI Factor."

Winnick has also appeared in the movies "Hellraiser: Hellworld," "Our Time Is Up," "Satan's Little Helper" and "50 First Dates," among others.

Trump was asked, when the movie was announced, who he thought should portray him. His answer? Cary Grant (had he been alive).