BIO

Leonardo DiCaprio

THE WOLF OF WALL STREET by Martin Scorsese
For playing a stockbroker who went to prison for refusing to cooperate in a 1990s securities fraud case.

Golden Globes: 10 nominations, 2 wins

WINS:
2014 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
2005 Best Actor drama THE AVIATOR

NOMINATIONS:
2013 Best Motion Picture drama+Best Supporting Actor DJANGO UNCHAINED
2012 Best Actor drama J.EDGAR
2009 Best Actor drama REVOLUTIONARY ROAD
2007 Best Actor drama BLOOD DIAMOND
2007 Best Actor drama THE DEPARTED
2003 Best Actor drama CATCH ME IF YOU CAN
1998 Best Actor drama TITANIC
1994 Best Supporting Actor WAHT’S EATING GILBERT GRAPE

MILESTONES
DiCaprio started acting as a teenager, with Robert De Niro in THIS BOY’S LIFE (1993) by Michael Caton-Jones, with Johnny Depp in WHAT’S EATING GILBERT GRAPE (1993) by Lasse Hallstrom, with Sharon Stone in THE QUICK AND THE DEAD (1994) by Sam Raimi, with Claire Danes ROMEO AND JULIET (1996) by Baz Lurhman, with Kate Winslet in TITANIC (1997) by James Cameron. He matured into an adult performer, directed by Steven Spielberg in CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (2002), by Martin Scorsese in GANGS OF NEW YORK (2002), THE AVIATOR (2004), THE DEPARTED (2006), SHUTTER ISLAND (2010), by Edward Zwick in BLOOD DIAMOND (2006), by Ridley Scott in BODY OF LIES (2008), by Sam Mendes in REVOLUTIONARY ROAD (2008), by Christopher Nolan in INCEPTION (2010), by Clint Eastwood in J. EDGAR (2011), by Quentin Tarantino in DJANGO UNCHAINED (2012). This year he also starred in THE GREAT GATSBY (2013) directed by Baz Lurhman from the novel by Scott Fitzgerald.