Famous as :Actor
Birth Name :Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio
Birth Date :November 11, 1974
Birth Place :Hollywood, California, USA
Claim to fame :As Tobias 'Toby' Wolff in "This Boy's Life" (1993)
the use of the island of Ko Phi Phi in 1999. The result was obvious, the film garnered bad press and did not score as well as expected at the box office. Things turned the other way around when in 2001 Leo was cast in director Martin Scorsese's 19th Century drama "Gangs of New York," playing Irish-American immigrant Amsterdam Vallon, released from prison and intent on taking on the gangs that killed his father. Those post-Titanic roles, sadly, were all considered as non-success before the hunk regained his status as one of the rare young actors who could command both commercial and critical success through an appearance in Steven Spielberg's 2002 "Catch Me If You Can". Perfectly cast, he delivered his most charming and mature performance to date, proving himself again as both movie star and actor.
Two years later Leo re-teamed with Scorsese for the 2004 drama "The Aviator." Delivered one of his strongest performances, his portrayal of the young Howard Hughes earned him some of the best reviews of his career as well as an Oscar nomination for Best Actor. With such marvelous track record, Leo confidently adding more and more film projects to his resume, naming some ...
were "The Departed" (2004) and "Blood Diamond" (2006), both earned him the 2006 Golden Globes and Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) nominations for Best Actor. That's not all as in the same year he also received two nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards for a lead actor nomination for "Blood Diamond" and a supporting actor nomination for "The Departed" plus Oscar nomination for lead actor for "Diamond" and a BAFTA nod for lead actor for "Departed."
Following the remarkable attainment, it certainly was unsurprising to see Leo found no difficulties at all in landing more serious roles afterwards. Next set to appear in "Blink" (2007), he has already been billed to act in a number of big screen features for 2008 releases namely "The Chancellor Manuscript", "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt", "Conspiracy of Fools", "Revolutionary Road", and "Body of Lies" as well as an untitled noir flick directed by Michael Mann. Except for the latter three, all titles also spotted him taking the producer's seat along with those of "In Dark Woods" (2008), "Confession of Pain" (2009), "Cat's Cradle" (2009), and "The Wolf of Wall Street" (2010), which he also stars in.
As of his love life, the women's ...