Leo's a Lifetime Achievement Award

Leonardo DiCaprio receives his lifetime Platinum Award at his 30


"Stunned" is what Leo feels when he gets his lifetime Platinum Award at the Santa Barbara, California's International Film Festival 20th anniversary held on Sunday, January 30, 2005.

Leo, as quoted, says the award as "a lifetime achievement award, which is completely and utterly surreal" given when he's only 30 years old. After 17 years playing in a quite few films has given him such excitement that he loves to do and still want to do it for the rest of his life.

© AceShowbiz.com


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