U.S. real estate mogul Donald Trump has responded to recent suggestions of a biography about his life by stating one can be done "when I'm dead."

The 60-year-old real estate tycoon claimed that while he would not care what actor played him in a TV or film biography of his life, he would rather such an endeavor not take place during his lifetime, the Los Angeles Daily News reported.

"I'd be very happy if they didn't do one," Trump said regarding persistent biography rumors. "Let them do it when I'm dead."

Yet Trump has not been shy in relation to screen time for his popular TV series, "The Apprentice," that is set to launch its newest season on Jan. 7.

This season of the NBC reality series has Trump relocating from New York to Los Angeles, where he will not only be the host of the series but promote several real estate properties he has in area.