Leonardo DiCaprio net worth: Leonardo DiCaprio is an American actor and producer who has a net worth of $220 million. Leonardo got his start in Hollywood by appearing in a smattering of commercials and television roles as a child. His biggest early role was on the last season of Growing Pains. DiCaprio then landed the lead role in the biopic "This Boy's Life". He received much critical praise for this performance. Leonardo's next movie "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?" earned him an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor. Dicaprio also garnered acclaim for his performances in the intense dramas, Total Eclipse and The Basketball Diaries.
In 1996, DiCaprio starred in the box office hit "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet" which grossed $147.5 million worldwide. Following this success came the 1997 film "Titanic" by James Cameron. Titanic eventually smashed all box office records, won multiple awards and secured DiCaprio's place as a leading man. DiCaprio moved forward with a string of successful movies, including Steven Spielberg's "Catch Me if You Can" (grossed $352 million worldwide), Christopher Nolan's "Inception" and the award-winning film "Revolutionary Road". He has starred in several films directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese including Gangs of New York (grossed $193.7 million worldwide), The Aviator (grossed $211.7 million worldwide), The Departed ($289 million worldwide) and Shutter Island. DiCaprio's credits as a producer include The Aviator and Orphan. Among DiCaprio's awards are two Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, one Golden Globe Award and numerous critics' groups' awards.