American actor, film producer, and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio rose to fame by playing the role of Jack Dawson in Titanic (1997). He won the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in The Revenant (2015) to portray Hugh Glass. DiCaprio was declared one of the 100 most influential people globally by Time magazine in 2016. He is recognized for his critically- acclaimed performances in films like Blood Diamond, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Titanic, Inception, The Wolf of Wall Street, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Revenant, Catch Me If You Can, J. Edgar, The Departed, The Great Gatsby. It is rumored that Leonardo has dated more than 65 actresses, celebrities, and fashion models. With this content, read more on Leonardo DiCaprio biography, age, body measurement, family birthday, affairs, quotes, net worth, and movies.

Leonardo DiCaprio biography

Born on November 11, 1974, Leonardo DiCaprio’s age is 46 years as of 2021. The 46-year-old actor is known for his finest performances. He started his acting career at the age of 17 years in Hollywood. This segment will let you know more about how old Leonardo DiCaprio is, DiCaprio’s date of birth, and how old Leonardo DiCaprio was in Titanic.

Real Name – Leonardo DiCaprio
Nickname – Lenny D, Leo
Birthday – November
Age – 46 years
Birth Place – Los Angeles, California, U.S
Date of Birth – November 11, 1974
Debut Movie – 1991 sci-fi comedy horror film ‘Critters’ 3 as Josh
Famous roles/Known for – Playing Jack Dawson in the 1997 film Titanic
Ethnicity – White
Nationality – American
Profession – Actor and film producer
Religion – Christianity
Sun sign – Scorpio
Education – John Marshall High School in Los Angeles
Awards – One Academy Awards; one British Academy Film Awards, one Screen Actors Guild Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards

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Leonardo DiCaprio height, weight, and body measurement

People searching for how tall is Leonardo DiCaprio and DiCaprio’s hair color will find this section useful for them. Find here more data about the physical measurement of the Titanic star.

Height – 6 feet in feet; 183 cm centimeters, and 1.83 m in meters
Weight – 87 kg in kilograms and 192 lbs in pounds
Build – Average
Eye Color – Blue
Hair Color – Blonde
Sexual orientation – Straight

Leonardo DiCaprio family/affairs/dating (relationship status)

Father – George Paul DiCaprio
Mother – Irmelin
Wife/Spouse – N/A
Siblings – N/A
Marital Status – In a relationship
Affairs – Camila Morrone, Miranda Kerr, Gisele Bündchen

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Leonardo DiCaprio net worth

Leonardo DiCaprio net worth is $260 million U.S. dollars
Monthly income: 3+ million
Annual income: 36+ million
Leonardo’s got $2.5 million as a base salary for Titanic. was $2.5 million. He also received a 1.8% share of gross revenue backend points. He has invested his money in Appian Way Productions, a movie production company, in 2004. His income resources include film acting, endorsements, and film production.

Leonardo DiCaprio movies/filmography

Films

1991 – Critters 3 as Josh
1992 – Poison Ivy
1993 – This Boy’s Life as Tobias “Toby” Wolff and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape as Arnold “Arnie” Grape
1995 – The Basketball Diaries as Jim Carroll, The Quick and the Dead, and Total Eclipse as Arthur Rimbaud
1996 – Romeo + Juliet as Romeo Montague and Marvin’s Room as Hank
1997 – Titanic as Jack Dawson
1998 – The Man in the Iron Mask as King Louis XIV / Philippe and Celebrity as Brandon Darrow
2000 – The Beach as Richard
2001 – Don’s Plum as Derek
2002 – Catch Me If You Can as Frank Abagnale, Jr. and Gangs of New York as Amsterdam Vallon
2004 – The Aviator as Howard Hughes
2006 – The Departed as William “Billy” Costigan and Blood Diamond as Danny Archer
2008 – Body of Lies as Roger Ferris and Revolutionary Road as Frank Wheeler
2010 – Shutter Island as Edward “Teddy” Daniels and Inception as Dom Cobb
2011 – J. Edgar as J. Edgar Hoover
2012 – Django Unchained as Calvin J. Candie
2013 – The Great Gatsby as Jay Gatsby and The Wolf of Wall Street as Jordan Belfort
2015 – The Revenant as Hugh Glass and The Audition
2016 – Before the Flood
2019 – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as Rick Dalton
2021 – Don’t Look Up as Dr. Randall Mindy
2022 – Killers of the Flower Moon as Ernest Burkhart

Television

1989 – The New Lassie
1990 – The Outsiders, Santa Barbara, and Parenthood
1991 – Roseanne and Growing Pains
2008 – Greensburg
2014 – Saturday Night Live
2020 – The Last Dance, Grant, and The Right Stuff

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DiCaprio interview/personal quotes

On having a favorite spot in Hollywood

“I mean so many things, my whole existence. (laughs) I grew up and was born in Hollywood, grew up by Hollywood Billiards, Hollywood, and Western. What was interesting growing up in that time period is, and also seeing 1969 Hollywood, which I always had like a glamorous sort of idealized image of, was how downtrodden it was when he recreated 1969 Hollywood, with the tie-dye and the hippies and the head shops and this sort of subculture that was brewing. And I guess that carried into the 80s where I grew up. But interestingly enough, I always say this, the only reason that I am an actor is that I live in Hollywood. I had dreams of becoming an actor, but I never felt part of that club, it was always something that was weirdly intangible. And if it wasn’t for the sheer proximity of going to a school and having my mother drop me off to auditions, I would have never been able, I would have never uprooted myself from Iowa or Missouri, with these grand Gold Rush dreams, backpacks on, (laughs) to come to Hollywood like so many others, it was literally the fact that my mother said okay, let’s, I want to go on auditions, and she took me from the school straight to auditions after school.”

On optimism

“It’s incredibly hard to be optimistic, I’ll tell you that much. Like I said, so much of my life is devoted to these issues and I get, with my foundation work and being outspoken about this stuff, I’m inundated every single day with a new cataclysmic turning point in the history of civilization, these are unprecedented moments. And it’s hard to remain optimistic. Hopefully soon an administration will come into play that, the United States, there are few players in here, there’s China, the United States, there’s India, there’s Europe, we need to step up to the plate as a country and set an example, we have been saying this for decades and decades. And I don’t know what needs to be more clear scientifically to the world community, I mean 99 percent of the scientific community is in complete agreement that man’s contribution to carbon emissions is causing this. We can only hope, that’s all we can do, we can only hope and keep fighting.”