DiCaprio, Leonardo Wilhelm
Born: Nov 11, 1974 AD
Currently alive, at 40 years of age.
1974 - Born on November 11th in Los Angeles, California. American actor.
1979 - He appeared on his favorite TV show "Romper Room" and was nearly thrown off for misbehaving.
1991-1992 - Starred in television series "Growing Pains" as Luke Brower.
- Appeared in the movies "Critters 3" and "Poison Ivy".
1993 - Became a part of the movies "What's Eating Gilbert Grape" as the mentally handicapped teenager and "This Boy's Life".
- He got his break-through part as Toby in "This Boy's Life", co-starring with Robert De Niro and Ellen Barkin.
1995 - Starred in "The Basketball Diaries" as the drug-troubled Jim Carrol and "Total Eclipse" as the homosexual French poet, Arthur Rimbaud.
1996 - Played the lead role, Romeo, in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with the electrifying and modern-day adaptation by Baz Luhrman and "Marvin's Room" as Hank.
1997 - Opposite Kate Winslet in the movie "Titanic" that became the biggest box-office success in film history.
1999 - His lawyers filed an application to allow DiCaprio to copyright his own name.
2000 - Interviewed President Bill Clinton for ABC News regarding environmental issues.
2005 - Filed police charges after being attacked with a bottle by an animal-rights activist while leaving a nightclub in June.
2007 - Recently nominated Oscar's Best Actor in the movie "Blood Diamond" directed by Edward Zwick.
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