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Top 7 Leonardo DiCaprio Performances

1. Danny Archer “Blood Diamond” (2006)

Danny Archer was born in 1968 in Southern Rhodesia, the status of white-controlled apartheid, a part of which is now Zimbabwe in 1980. His parents were both civil war killed during the conflict in Southern Rhodesia, and was sent to South Africa for an orphan. At age 18 he joined the army of the basic South African armed forces and training Archer continued Parachute School Course Selection. After that, it was an Airborne regiment.

2.William “Billy” Costigan Jr. “The Departed” (2006)

The full name of Billy Costigan William M. Jr. and works as an undercover agent for the Special Investigation Unit of the Massachusetts State Police. Costigan was chosen to infiltrate a criminal organization gangster's Frank Costello in Boston. Billy was chosen because his family (through his uncle Jackie, Tommy Uncle and Cousin Sean) has long ties to the South Boston underworld. For his merits, he gets a "bonus" to pay you taxes at the end of his term. To make their credibility job all, especially Costello, create a false belief about Costigan to make the attack. He will receive a set of four months and then test with compulsory sessions with a psychiatrist.

3.Frank Abagnale Jr.”Catch Me If You Can” (2002)

It's  a 2002 American crime film biopic based on the life of Frank Abagnale, who passed successfully before his 19th birthday, millions of dollars from the pilot Pan-American World Airways, a doctor of Georgia and Louisiana pastor prosecutor. His primary crime was check fraud; It was so experienced that the FBI eventually turned to him. For help to take other counterfeiters Control The film it was supported by Steven Spielberg and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks starring Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen, Nathalie Baye and Amy Adams in rolls.

4J. Edgar Hoover “J. Edgar” (2011)

J. Edgar Hoover, powerful head of the F.B.I. for nearly 50 years, looks back on his professional and personal life.

5.Romeo Montague “Romeo + Juliet” (1996)

Shakespeare's famous play is updated to the hip modern suburb of Verona still retaining its original dialogue.The character of Leonardo Dicaprio in this film is originally from the famous play .

6.Jack Dawson “Titanic” (1997) 

Jack Dawson June 17.1892 15.1912 (19 years old) is one of the main operators of the Titanic and the love interest of Rose DeWitt Bukater. He dies at the end of the film of hypothermia. He is starring Leonardo DiCaprio.Jack Dawson was born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in 1892. It is not known who his parents were, but she died when he was 15, giving him to travel the world. Eventually he met Fabrizo De Rossi and traveled with him all over the world.

7King Louis XIV/Philippe “The Man in the Iron Mask” (1998)

The cruel King Louis XIV of France has a secret twin brother who he keeps imprisoned. Can the twin be substituted for the real king?

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