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    Leonardo DiCaprio

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    Hello! I'm Leonardo DiCaprio ! Here is my life:
    1974: I was born on November, 11th in Los Angeles, .

    In high school: I acted in my first real play and I began doing educational films and I worked on the Saturday morning show 'The New Lassie'.

    At the age of 15: I played the role of a teenage alcoholic on the drama 'Santa Barbara'. I also appeared in other TV shows, such as 'The Outsiders' and 'Parenthood'.
    In 1991: I made my film debut in the film 'Critters 3' and got a recurring role on the weekly sitcom 'Growing Pains'.

    In 1993: I had the title role in Michael Caton-Jones' screen adaptation of Tobias Wolff's 'This Boy's Life', and later that year, I played Johnny Depp's mentally retarded younger brother in Lasse Hallström's 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape'. I won an nomination for Best Supporting Actor for this performance.

    In 1995: I played in Sam Raimi's Western 'The Quick and the Dead', in 'Total Eclipse' (in which I was Rimbaud) and in 'The Basketball Diaries', in which I starred as a struggling junkie.
    One year later: The success of the film 'William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet' gave me international . I was compared to James Dean. I starred in 'Marvin's Room' with Diane Keaton, Meryl Streep, and Robert DeNiro

    1997: James Cameron's 'Titanic' garnered 14 Oscar , winning 11, including Best Picture and Best Director...

    but I was not nominated. I chose to parody my own with an appearance in Woody Allen's 'Celebrity' (1998) as a badly behaved movie star.

    1998-2000: I explored my good and bad side in 'The Man in the Iron Mask'. It was a commercial success. I had a lead role in Danny Boyle's screen adaptation of Alex Garland's novel 'The Beach'... but critics didn't like it.
    2001: I made an appearance in the small independent film 'Don's Plum', but I didn't like it and tried to prevent a US of it

    2002: I was as the protagonist in 'Gangs of New York', directed by Martin Scorsese. I played in Steven Spielberg's 'Catch Me if You Can'.

    It told the true-life tale of Frank Abagnale, Jr., an artist racking-up over $2.5 million in fraudulent while jet-setting in twenty-six countries.

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