Hollywood A-lister and Academy Award-nominee Leonardo DiCaprio's acting career hasn't always been so glamorous. See how much you know about his meteoric rise to Hollywood legend in our Leonardo DiCaprio quiz.
DiCaprio was born November 11, 1974 in Los Angeles, California.
When he was just 19, DiCaprio was nominated for the Academy Award for his role as 17-year-old mentally handicapped Arnie in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?"
In 2002, DiCaprio played the leading roles in "Gangs of New York" and "Catch Me If You Can." "Gangs" was directed by Martin Scorsese.
In 2008, Winslet and DiCaprio starred in "Revolutionary Road," a film about a 1950s couple living in Connecticut struggling to come to terms with their personal problems while raising two children.
DiCaprio's first agent wanted him to go by the stage name Lenny Williams. He refused.
If you chose "The Departed," you're correct. DiCaprio won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama for his role as Billy.
DiCaprio and Scorsese have worked together on five different films: "Gangs of New York" in 2002, "The Aviator" in 2004, "The Departed" in 2006, "Shutter Island" in 2010 and "The Wolf of Wall Street" in 2013.
DiCaprio's own production company is Appian Way.
DiCaprio wrote, produced and narrated the acclaimed environmentally themed documentary "The 11th Hour."
DiCaprio established his foundation with the mission of protecting the world’s last wild places. The foundation implements solutions that help restore balance to threatened ecosystems, ensuring the long-term health and well-being of all Earth’s inhabitants.
The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has awarded more than $30 million in grants to 65 different organizations since 1998.
That was Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jordan Belfort in "The Wolf of Wall Street."
DiCaprio attended the World Economic Forum to receive the Crystal Award, which is given to artists and cultural leaders helping address the world’s humanitarian and environmental challenges.
"The Revenant" was nominated for 12 Academy Awards. It won three: Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Actor for DiCaprio.
The Wolf of Wall Street was nominated for 133 different awards, including five Academy Awards (Best Picture, Best Director for Martin Scorsese, Best Actor in a Leading Role for Leonardo DiCaprio, Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Jonah Hill and Best Adapted Screenplay for Terence Winter).
DiCaprio has received more than 200 awards and nominations for his movies.
That was of course Jay Gatsby from "The Great Gatsby."
DiCaprio played the title role in "J. Edgar," earning numerous award nominations for his work in the film.
If you chose "Shutter Island", you're correct. It was one of the many collaborations between DiCaprio and director Martin Scorsese.
"Gangs of New York" was nominated for 10 Academy Awards. It didn't win any, however.
False. But it's still a box-office sensation. When you account for inflation, "Gone With the Wind" is the highest-grossing film in history with $1.7 billion in ticket sales, followed by "Star Wars," with $1.5 billion, and "The Sound of Music," "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" and "Titanic" round out the top 5. Not too shabby for a story about a sinking ship.
False. The movie tied "All About Eve" for the most Oscar nominations at 14, and took home 11, tying "Ben-Hur" for the most Oscars won by a single film.
Titanic was the highest-grossing film from 1997 to 2009 when another James Cameron film, Avatar, surpassed it in 2010.
With an initial worldwide gross of more than $1.84 billion, "Titanic" was the first film to reach $1 billion in ticket sales. After a 3D version of the film was released on April 4, 2012 to commemorate the centennial of the sinking, "Titanic" became the second film to gross more than $2 billion worldwide (after "Avatar").
Lady Gaga won her first Golden Globe for Best Performance By an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture for her work in American Horror Story: Hotel. And, well, if you're one of the few that hasn't seen it already, you just have to watch the video for Leo's facial expression as she walks by.
DiCaprio said he wanted to share the award "with all the first nations people represented in this film, and all the indigenous communities around the world."
DiCaprio has 11 Golden Globe nominations, and three wins for his roles in "The Aviator," "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "The Revenant."
His 2016 Best Actor in a Leading Role nomination for Hugh Glass in "The Revenant" was his sixth. He's also received two nominations for "The Wolf of Wall Street," and nominations for "Blood Diamond," "The Aviator" and "What's Eating Gilbert Grape."
Cate Blanchett played opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Aviator."
Quentin Tarantino directed "Django Unchained," which was nominated for five Academy Awards, and won two, including Best Writing and Original Screenplay for Tarantino.