To match his extravagant lifestyle, Leonardo DiCaprio Net Worth stands at $245 Million. The actor is well known for his luxurious rides, his private yacht and his expensive shopping style. Last year he paid 10,000 Euros just to grab a Bag for his mother. He competed with Paris Hilton at an auction and was seen enjoying it. Previously, he also paid approx $1 million to buy a piece of art by Frank Stella. So when it comes to possession, he hardly cares about the money rather the uniqueness is what matter the most.
Due to the Sony Hack some of his personal expenses were revealed which included $200,000 in travel costs alone. It was also reported that in April, Leonardo and Tony Gram had spent $63,000 to fly from LA to New York and then they took the same flight to return and thus spending the same amount again.
Leonardo DiCaprio Net worth : $245 Million
|Name||Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio|
|Born||November 11, 1974|
|Height||6′ 0″ (1.83 m)|
Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio was born in Hollywood, California on November 11, 1974. He is the only child of George DiCaprio and Irmelin (Indenbirken) DiCaprio.
He began his career by appearing in several educational and commercial films. DiCaprio got his first break in 1990 and he was even involved in TV shows like The New Lassie, Roseanne, and Santa Barbara.
Critters 3 was his debut film in the year 1991. It was a comedic sci-fi horror movie in which Leonardo was depicted as the stepson of an evil landlord. The movie could not do much however, he got his breakthrough in 1992 after appearing in ” This Boy’s Life“.
Later he appeared in many roles including the one in which he was a mentally handicapped boy. The movie was “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” , which even starred Johnny Depp as his brother. The movie gained much appreciation from the critics and performed well at the Box office. For his role, Dicaprio received the National Board of Review Award and he also got nominated for Golden Globe.
Leonardo Di Caprio Best Movies
|Movie Name||IMDB Ratings|
|The Departed (2006) Director: Martin Scorsese||8.5|
|The Great Gatsby (2013) Director: Baz Luhrmann||7.3|
|Inception (2010) Director: Christopher Nolan||8.8|
|Django Unchained (2012) Director: Quentin Tarantino||8.5|
|Gangs of New York (2002) Director: Martin Scorsese||7.5|
|Titanic (1997) Director: James Cameron||7.7|
|Romeo + Juliet (1996) Director: Baz Luhrmann||6.8|
|Blood Diamond (2006) Director: Edward Zwick||8.0|
Note : The list has been prepared by our Staff. The ranking is dependent on IMDB ratings along with other factors.