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Leonardo DiCaprio has proven to be one of the most successful, versatile and talented actors of our generation. From his early breakthrough films that were a catalyst and paved the way for his long 22 year career, Leo now picks films that are suitable for his raw acting ability.
He received his first Oscar nomination when he was just 19 years old, for 'What’s Eating Gilbert Grape' (1993), when he played a mentally challenged boy called Arnie Grape, alongside Johnny Depp. But Leo’s most iconic role came in with young Jack Dawson in James Cameron’s epic blockbuster 'Titanic' (1997).
Leonardo is a 5 time Oscar nominee but has yet to receive his deserved Academy Award. He has been nominated for 10 Golden Globe awards in which he has won 2, for his role as Howard Hughes in the biopic 'The Aviator' (2004) and for his performance as Jordon Belfort, the dysfunctional stockbroker in 'The Wolf of Wall Street' (2013).
Leonardo DiCaprio’s acting career has paved a legacy of iconic films and his outstanding contribution to cinematic history is what makes him one of the most successful actors of our time.