Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio, born on November 11, 1974, in Los Angeles, California, is a celebrated American actor and environmental activist. He gained global fame for his roles in iconic films like “Titanic,” “Inception,” and “The Revenant,” for which he won an Academy Award. DiCaprio’s career spans decades, marked by collaborations with renowned directors and consistent critical acclaim. Beyond acting, he is deeply involved in environmental advocacy, funding conservation projects, and raising awareness about climate change. DiCaprio’s influence extends beyond Hollywood, making him a prominent figure in both entertainment and environmental activism worldwide.

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