Leonardo DiCaprio is an American actor, producer, philanthropist and activist. He is the star of such films as "This Boy's Life",
"What's Eating Gilbert Grape", "The Basketball Diaries", "Romeo + Juliet", "Titanic", "Catch Me If You Can" and "The Departed".
Leonardo DiCaprio made $300 million from film salaries between 1995 and 2020. Owns $100 million worth of real estate and
a 104 acre private island in Belize. Titanic eventually smashed all box office records, won multiple awards and secured his place as
a leading actor. Leonardo DiCaprio's movies have grossed more than $7 billion worldwide (without adjusting for inflation).
His biggest early paycheck was the $1 million he earned for 1995's The Basketball Diaries. Between 1995 and 2020, Leonardo
earned at least $300 million in box office salary and bonuses. Leonardo DiCaprio's highest-paid film roles cost him $30 million for the
2021 Netflix movie Don't Look Up. The actor has also been the face of Tag Heuer watches and invested in several start-ups.
In July 2015 DiCaprio pledged $15 million in grants to various conservation efforts across the globe. In 2014 he spent $5.2 million