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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio are shown in a scene from James Cameron's "Titanic." According to DiCaprio's Web site the actor was "hesitant at first. This wasn't the kind of film he had told himself he wanted to make." But DiCaprio agreed and the film went on to set a box office record which was only recently surpassed by another Cameron film, "Avatar."
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  • Leo DiCaprio's Life on Screen

    Leonardo DiCaprio transforms himself into an aging J. Edgar Hoover, in "J Edgar," the highly anticipated drama that explores the public and private life of the FBI boss. Hoover was at the helm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for nearly 50 years, making him one of the most powerful – and controversial -- men in America.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    Max Elliott Slade, left, and DiCaprio are shown in a scene from the NBC sitcom "Parenthood." According to DiCaprio's Web site this was his first "regular" acting job, which only lasted three episodes.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio, left, and Johnny Depp are shown in a scene from the 1993 movie "What's Eating Gilbert Grape." DiCaprio was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actor.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio stars as New York Legend Jim Carroll In "The Basketball Diaries" which was released in 1995.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio is dressed in a suit of armor and shown with the actress Claire Danes, in a scene from "Romeo and Juliet". Released in 1996 the film was directed by Baz Luhrmann.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio is photographed on a Phuket resort island in southern Thailand. The 2000 Hollywood film "The Beach" faced stiff opposition from environmentalists and some local groups over the shooting of the film on the unspoiled Phi Phi Leh Islands.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio received a Golden Globe nomination for the 2002 "Catch Me If You Can." The film was released just five days after "Gangs of New York."
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio filmed the Martin Scorsese film "The Departed" in 2005. Here he is shown filming in Chelsea Mass., in suburban Boston.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio received a Golden Globe nomination for best actor for his role in "Blood Diamond." DiCaprio, left, and Djimon Hounsou are shown in a scene from the 2006 film.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio reunited with his "Titanic" co-star, Kate Winslet, for "Revolutionary Road." The film was released in January, 2009.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    DiCaprio stars in another Martin Scorsese film, "Gangs of New York," which was released in 2002.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years

    Mark Ruffalo, left, and Leonardo DiCaprio are shown in "Shutter Island," directed by Martin Scorsese. This is the fourth Scorsese film DiCaprio has starred in.
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  • Leo DiCaprio's Life on Screen

    Leonardo DiCaprio played plantation owner Calvin Candie in the 2012 movie "Django Unchained" directed by Quentin Tarantino. DiCaprio was nominated for a Golden Globe for best supporting actor for his role in "Django."
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  • Leo DiCaprio's Life on Screen

    Carey Mulligan, left, as Daisy Buchanan and and Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby in "The Great Gatsby," a 2013 Warner Bros. Pictures release based on the 1925 novel written by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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