Leonardo DiCaprio is a famous actor and film producer.
He was born on November 11, 1974, in Los Angeles, California.
DiCaprio co-founded Re:wild, an organization to protect the environment and wildlife.
He loves nature and works to conserve 180+ million acres of land and 16,000+ species.
Leonardo's mother named him after seeing a painting by Leonardo da Vinci when she felt him kicking in her womb.
He became a superstar after starring in the movie "Titanic" in 1997.
DiCaprio won his first Academy Award in 2015 for "The Revenant."
Before his big break, he faced challenges, going through 107 auditions before getting a role.
Leonardo owns an eco-restorative resort on an island in Belize to protect the environment.
He supports various charitable causes like AIDS research, children's welfare, and disaster relief.