Leonardo DiCaprio What Makes Leonardo DiCaprio World’s Highest-Paid Actor? When Did Leonardo DiCaprio Begin His Career? How Many Movies Has He Done Till Date?

If you are seemingly among that audience who was disheartened when Leo didn’t get an award for Titanic then this article will surely glow your eyes. recently the actor has topped the list of the highest-paid actor in the world following Johnny Depp.


Few stars in the world have had a career wholly as diverse as Leonardo DiCaprio’s. Leonardo DiCaprio is the highest paid Hollywood star actor. He has topped Forbes magazine’s annual list of the highest-earning male Hollywood actors with estimated earnings of $77m (£47m) over the last year. Given his success in Inception and another movie.

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) $75,000
The Basketball Diaries (1995) $1,000,000
The Quick and the Dead (1995) $150,000
Titanic (1997) $2,500,000
The Beach (2000) $20,000,000
Gangs of New York (2002) $18,000,000 + Gross Points
Catch Me If You Can (2002) $20,000,000
The Aviator (2004) $20,000,000
The Departed (2006) $20,000,000
Blood Diamond (2006) $20,000,000
Inception (2010) $59,000,000 (includes salary and all back-end points off worldwide gross + share of D.V.D. and pay-T.V. revenue)
J. Edgar (2011) $2,000,000
The Great Gatsby (2013) $20,000,000
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) $25,000,000 (including bonuses)
The Audition (2015) $13,000,000
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (2019) $10,000,000

(Source: IMDb)


The American actor started his career working as a child on television. He performed on the shows The New Lassie (1989) and Santa Barbara (1990) and also had long-running characters in the comedy-drama Parenthood (1990) and the sitcom Growing Pains, before making his movie debut in the 1991 direct-to-video release Critters 3.


Leonardo hasn’t failed to provide us with great movies like Titanic, Inception, and shutter Island. It is almost 53 movies in which he has acted and this couldn’t be any less since we love him and his acting soo much that such a significant no. seems very less. One of the most surprising findings of a source while analyzing the on-screen deaths is that Leonardo DiCaprio actually dies in a full quarter of the movies that he stars in (which is to say nine out of the  36).

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