Leonardo DiCaprio - September

Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio was born on November 11, 1974 in Los Angeles. He is an only child. The story goes that his mother was looking at paintings by Leonardo Divinci while she was pregnant, hence his name. He dropped out of high school and earned his GED. 
In his teens he began to appear in various ads for such companies as Mattel and Apple Jacks. He also had a small role in two episodes of The New Lassie. His other small roles include an episode of The Outsiders and Santa Barbara. He was nominated twice at the Young Artist Awards.
In 1991, he was cast as Luke Bower in the show Growing Pains. DiCaprio was hand picked by Robert De Niro to play the lead in This Boy's Life. In my opinion, his best performance was playing the mentally handicapped Arnie Grape in What's Eating Gilbert Grape? Next came films like, The Quick and the Dead and The Basketball Diaries. In 1996, he played Romeo alongside Claire Danes in Romeo + Juliet. His popularity seemed to explode overnight when he played Jack Dawson on James Cameron's extremely successful film, Titanic. Some of his other memorable films include, The Man in the Iron Mask, Catch Me If You Can and The Aviator. 
The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation was founded in 1998 to promote enviromental activism. His foundation also helps to protect wildlife and defend the rights of Native Americans. Will you help me pray for his salvation? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonardo_DiCaprio


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