Actors with the most Oscar nods, fewest wins

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Sometimes, even the biggest A-list celebrities in the world can't catch a break. An Oscar is considered one of the highest honors a creative can receive in Hollywood, but there's a long list of demonstrably talented artists who still haven't received the award. Many think that every notable actor has an Oscar on his mantle, or, if she's been nominated more than few times, that surely she's won by now.

Unfortunately, as our numbers show, you can be an Academy Award nominee more than half a dozen times and still lack a golden statue.

PrettyFamous compiled data from Gracenote to find actors who have (unbelievably) never won an Oscar, sorted by how many times they've been nominated. In the event of a tie, we ordered the list by the number of Wikipedia page views for each celebrity. Fortunately, for many of these talents, there's still time to break the curse, including at this year's 88th Annual Academy Awards ceremony on Feb. 28.

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Actors with the most Oscar nods, fewest wins

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The Big Short

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Bridge of Spies

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Brooklyn

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Mad Max: Fury Road

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The Martian

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The Revenant

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Room

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Spotlight

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Bryan Cranston

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Matt Damon

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Leonardo DiCaprio

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Michael Fassbender

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Eddie Redmayne

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Cate Blanchette

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Brie Larson

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Jennifer Lawrence

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Charlotte Rampling

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Saoirse Ronan

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Charles Boyer

Nominations: 4

  • Actor - 1938 - "Conquest"
  • Actor - 1939 - "Algiers"
  • Actor - 1945 - "Gaslight"
  • Actor - 1962 - "Fanny"

Charles Boyer had female audiences swooning from his heartthrob roles throughout the '30s and '40s, but in real life he was a more reserved man than the Don Juans he played onscreen. He elevated his status as a character actor in the 1950s on Broadway and in television, staring in shows like "The Rogues" and "The Dick Powell Show." Boyer retired from acting in 1970 to care for his ailing wife.

Marsha Mason

Nominations: 4

  • Actress - 1974 - "Cinderella Liberty"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 1978 - "The Goodbye Girl"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 1980 - "Chapter Two"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 1982 - "Only When I Laugh"

Born in St. Louis, Mo., Marsha Mason was a prolific stage actress, acting in the daytime CBS drama "Love of Life" before really beginning her film career in 1973 in "Blume in Love."

Over the next few decades she had career-defining roles in "The Goodbye Girl," "Heartbreak Ridge" and "Drop Dead Fred." Since 2004, she has resurged in television as a guest star on series like "The Good Wife" and "The Middle."

Jane Alexander

Nominations: 4

  • Actress - 1971 - "The Great White Hope"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1977 - "All the President's Men"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1980 - "Kramer vs. Kramer"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 1984 - "Testament"

Though she never won an Academy Award, Jane Alexander was nominated for numerous Tony Awards, winning one. She was most known for her period pieces and biopics, delving into subjects such as Watergate in "All the President's Men" and playing the iconic Eleanor Roosevelt in several ABC movies about FDR's life and presidency.

Throughout her life she was an active philanthropist and activist, serving on the boards of Women's Action Against Nuclear Disarmament and Wildlife Conservation International.

Claude Rains

Nominations: 4

  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1940 - "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1944 - "Casablanca"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1945 - "Mr. Skeffington"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1947 - "Notorious"

Claude Rains was one of old Hollywood's most prolific and memorable character actors of the '30s and '40s, and delivered some of the most iconic roles in Hollywood history, including Renault in "Casablanca."

In the latter part of his life he landed fewer prolific roles, but his career ended on a high-note with supporting roles in "Lawrence of Arabia" and "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

Rosalind Russell

Nominations: 4

  • Actress - 1943 - "My Sister Eileen"
  • Actress - 1947 - "Sister Kenny"
  • Actress - 1948 - "Mourning Becomes Electra"
  • Actress - 1959 - "Auntie Mame"

After nearly every other A-list actress in Hollywood turned down the female lead role in "His Girl Friday," Rosalind Russell took the part and propelled herself into fame for subsequent films like "Gypsy" and "Auntie Mame." Though she continued to enjoy success on film, she found even-greater reward on Broadway, winning a Tony for "Wonderful Town."

After being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, Russell all but abandoned acting to focus on charity work, for which she won the 1972 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.

Agnes Moorehead

Nominations: 4

  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1943 - "The Magnificent Ambersons"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1945 - "Mrs. Parkington"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1949 - "Johnny Belinda"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1965 - "Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte"

Agnes Moorehead made the transition from radio to cinema as the titular character's mother in Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane," establishing the cruel nature of many of the characters she would subsequently play.

She was naturally a comedian, however, and it wasn't until being cast in the role of Glendora on "Bewitched" that she was able to return to her roots. She died of lung cancer in 1974.

Barbara Stanwyck

Nominations: 4

  • Actress - 1938 - "Stella Dallas"
  • Actress - 1942 - "Ball of Fire"
  • Actress - 1945 - "Double Indemnity"
  • Actress - 1949 - "Sorry, Wrong Number"

Born Ruby Catherine Stevens, Barbara Stanwyck was as unique in life as she was in her professional reputation. Known as one of the most versatile actresses in Hollywood's golden era, and for playing some of the most memorable roles in cinema history (like Phyllis Dietrichson in "Double Indemnity" and Jean in "Lady Eve"), she became even more successful in television during the '50s and '60s.

After choosing some incredibly wise avenues to invest her earnings, Stanwyck became one of the richest women in the U.S. before her death in 1990.

Annette Bening

Nominations: 4

  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1991 - "The Grifters"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 2000 - "American Beauty"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 2005 - "Being Julia"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 2011 - "The Kids Are All Right"

Annette Bening was a Tony-nominated stage actress before ever stepping in front of the camera. Once in Hollywood, quickly established a reputation for delving into unexpected, emotional places with her characters, as seen in "American Beauty" and "The Kids Are All Right."

As a rule, she never took on more than one project per year, allowing her to choose her films wisely and also balance her work with her family life. Bening sits on the Board of Governors for the Oscars.

Montgomery Clift

Nominations: 4

  • Actor - 1949 - "The Search"
  • Actor - 1952 - "A Place in the Sun"
  • Actor - 1954 - "From Here to Eternity"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1962 - "Judgment at Nuremberg"

Montgomery Clift was one of the first method actors to meet success in Hollywood. He avoided committing to any studio for nearly a decade, holding out for the right project — which would eventually become a starring role opposite film legend John Wayne in "Red River."

Mickey Rooney

Nominations: 4

  • Actor - 1940 - "Babes in Arms"
  • Actor - 1944 - "The Human Comedy"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1957 - "The Bold and the Brave"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1980 - "The Black Stallion"

Mickey Rooney's career began in the golden age of Hollywood, and was almost as long as his 94-year life. Born into a family of vaudeville performers, he worked prolifically for his entire life in an unbelievable array of films (from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" to "Night at the Museum") until his death in 2014.

Ed Harris

Nominations: 4

  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1996 - "Apollo 13"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1999 - "The Truman Show"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2001 - "Pollock"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 2003 - "The Hours"

Ed Harris rose to A-list status at the end of the '80s and has enjoyed an incredibly versatile career, from deep character studies to big-budget blockbusters like "The Abyss," raucous auctioneers like "The Rock" and even comedies. He starred in and directed the critically acclaimed "Pollock." Harris has sat in the directing chair once more since for the sweeping Western film "Appaloosa."

Ethan Hawke

Nominations: 4

  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 2002 - "Training Day"
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) - 2005 - "Before Sunset"
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) - 2014 - "Before Midnight"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 2015 - "Boyhood"

Ethan Hawke is considered by some the quintessential Gen-X actor, starring in the generation-defining "Reality Bites" and favoring his own artistic explorations in small indie films, writing novels and founding his own theater company instead of going after big Hollywood paydays (though he occasionally went into this territory for films like "Gattaca" and "Training Day"). He is a frequent collaborator with director Richard Linklater.

Bradley Cooper

Nominations: 4

  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2013 - "Silver Linings Playbook"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 2014 - "American Hustle"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2015 - "American Sniper"
  • Best Picture - 2015 - "American Sniper"

Bradley Cooper has had an undeniable rise through the ranks in Hollywood, starting out as a commercial actor and working his way up through TV guest spots to memorable film roles like "The Hangover." And even in that arena, he's progressed from the leading man in a number of romantic comedies to serious, award-winning dramatic roles, including leads in "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Sniper." He's been named one of People magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, and is now expanding his role to be a formidable film and TV producer in his own right.

Note: Bradley Cooper was a producer for "American Sniper." Producers are the recipients of the best picture Oscar.

Arthur Kennedy

Nominations: 5

  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1950 - "Champion"
  • Actor - 1952 - "Bright Victory"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1956 - "Trial"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1958 - "Peyton Place"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1959 - "Some Came Running"

Originally discovered by James Cagney, Arthur Kennedy went on to perform in over 60 films throughout his illustrious career, including "Lawrence of Arabia," "Elmer Gantry" and "The Man From Laramie." Though he won a Tony Award for his work on the stage in "Death of a Salesman," he never won an Oscar. He died on Jan. 5, 1990.

Irene Dunne

Nominations: 5

  • Actress - 1932 - "Cimarron"
  • Actress - 1937 - "Theodora Goes Wild"
  • Actress - 1938 - "The Awful Truth"
  • Actress - 1940 - "Love Affair"
  • Actress - 1949 - "I Remember Mama"

Though she hoped to become a famous opera singer, Irene Dunne's singing, dancing and flair for comedy led her to a successful career on Broadway and the silver screen. She excelled in dramatic films like "Penny Serenade," as well as musicals and comedies like "The Awful Truth," making her one of the most multi-faceted performers of the '30s and '40s. Dunne is considered one of the finest American actresses never to have won an Academy Award.

Albert Finney

Nominations: 5

  • Actor - 1964 - "Tom Jones"
  • Actor - 1975 - "Murder on the Orient Express"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 1984 - "The Dresser"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 1985 - "Under the Volcano"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 2001 - "Erin Brockovich"

Albert Finney has been nominated for Academy Awards at every stage of his long and steady career. Originally known for being a sex symbol, the classically trained actor re-established himself as a serious performer when he transformed himself for the titular role for "Scrooge" in 1970. His career reached new heights at the turn of the Millennium, and led to roles in major studio films like "Erin Brockovich" and "Big Fish," plus major roles in the Jason Bourne franchise with Matt Damon.

Kenneth Branagh

Nominations: 5

  • Actor in a Leading Role - 1990 - "Henry V"
  • Directing - 1990 - "Henry V"
  • Short Film (Live Action) - 1993 - "Swan Song"
  • Writing (Screenplay Based On Material Previously Produced or Published) - 1997 - "Hamlet"
  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 2012 - "My Week With Marilyn"

A true talent, Kenneth Branagh has had a great number of successes — as well as failures — both in front of and behind the camera. Once considered "the new Laurence Olivier," whom he got to play in "My Week With Marilyn," Branagh had a rocky early career as a director, his award-worthy projects equally matched with his unsuccessful turns.

His entire career rebounded after playing President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in HBO's "Warm Springs." His directing career has soared to new heights as well after directing the big-budget live-action adaptation of Disney's "Cinderella."

Amy Adams

Nominations: 5

  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 2006 - "Junebug"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 2009 - "Doubt"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 2011 - "The Fighter"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 2013 - "The Master"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 2014 - "American Hustle"

Hailing from Italy in a family of seven kids, Amy Adams first came to prominence for her work with fellow frequent Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio in Spielberg's "Catch Me if You Can." Since then, she's shined in a wide array of roles spread between dramatic, award-buzzy indies and big-budget studio blockbusters. She is currently playing the iconic Lois Lane in DC's Extended Universe.

Thelma Ritter

Nominations: 6

  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1951 - "All About Eve"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1952 - "The Mating Season"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1953 - "With a Song in My Heart"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1954 - "Pickup on South Street"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1960 - "Pillow Talk"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1963 - "Birdman of Alcatraz"

Thelma Ritter enjoyed a long career as a supporting and memorable character actress in the golden age of Hollywood, especially for her performances in "Rear Window" and "All About Eve." After enduring years onstage completely unrecognized for her work, she immediately shot to fame and success after her first onscreen role in "Miracle on 34th Street." Far ahead of her time, she was a natural comedian and regarded as one of the best character actors to ever grace the screen.

Deborah Kerr

Nominations: 6

  • Actress - 1950 - "Edward, My Son"
  • Actress - 1954 - "From Here to Eternity"
  • Actress - 1957 - "The King and I"
  • Actress - 1958 - "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison"
  • Actress - 1959 - "Separate Tables"
  • Actress - 1961 - "The Sundowners"

Deborah Kerr's career in performance began as a ballet dancer, but she was drawn to Hollywood early in her career. "It rhymes with star!" is how MGM introduced this ingénue to America. Originally from Scotland, Kerr's beautiful red hair made for a stunning feature in director Michael Powell's many Technicolor masterpieces, such as "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp" and "Black Narcissus." Her most enduring role was her work in "The King And I."

Note: Deborah Kerr was awarded with an honorary Oscar by the academy.

Glenn Close

Nominations: 6

  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1983 - "The World According to Garp"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1984 - "The Big Chill"
  • Actress in a Supporting Role - 1985 - "The Natural"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 1988 - "Fatal Attraction"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 1989 - "Dangerous Liaisons"
  • Actress in a Leading Role - 2012 - "Albert Nobbs"

After her role in "The World According to Garp," Glenn Close has spent her entire career at the top of Hollywood's A-list, seamlessly moving from major film roles to Broadway, and even winning Emmys and Golden Globes for her roles in television series like "The Shield" and "Damages." Close intensely embodies the unusual characters she portrays, drawing from her own life to flesh out her performances.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Nominations: 6

  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1994 - "What's Eating Gilbert Grape"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2005 - "The Aviator"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2007 - "Blood Diamond"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2014 - "The Wolf of Wall Street"
  • Best Picture - 2014 - "The Wolf of Wall Street"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2016 - "The Revenant"

Leonardo DiCaprio's career has gone through many phases, seeing him as a child actor destined for greatness in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," a bonafide teen heartthrob, and now one of the boldest actors of our time who's led the cast of some stellar films like "Catch Me If You Can," "J. Edgar" and "The Wolf of Wall Street."

Though he's been nominated for six Oscars, he still hasn't taken home an award from the academy. Given that he got a Golden Globe and SAG Award this year, many expect this curse to finally pass with his role in "The Revenant."

Note: Leonardo DiCaprio was a producer for "The Wolf of Wall Street." Producers are the recipients of the best picture Oscar.

Richard Burton

Nominations: 7

  • Actor in a Supporting Role - 1953 - "My Cousin Rachel"
  • Actor - 1954 - "The Robe"
  • Actor - 1965 - "Becket"
  • Actor - 1966 - "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold"
  • Actor - 1967 - "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
  • Actor - 1970 - "Anne of the Thousand Days"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 1978 - "Equus"

Classic literature provided much solace for Richard Burton during his rough start in Wales, and is what eventually propelled him into fame and fortune. Burton became known as one of the world's foremost Shakespearean interpreters, a skill set that informed his work in other films like "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" His reputation as a dramatic actor was matched only by his notoriously stormy marriages to Elizabeth Taylor.

Peter O'Toole

Nominations: 8

  • Actor - 1963 - "Lawrence of Arabia"
  • Actor - 1965 - "Becket"
  • Actor - 1969 - "The Lion in Winter"
  • Actor - 1970 - "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
  • Actor - 1973 - "The Ruling Class"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 1981 - "The Stunt Man"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 1983 - "My Favorite Year"
  • Actor in a Leading Role - 2007 - "Venus"

Peter O'Toole rose to stardom in one of the most legendary movies of all time, "Lawrence of Arabia." Throughout his career, many of his roles were in stunning period pieces, and he most recently took this propensity to the small screen in Showtime's "The Tudors."

Note: Peter O'Toole was awarded with an honorary Oscar by the academy.

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UNITED STATES - JUNE 18: Leonardo Di Caprio attending NBC up front press conference for his 1990 series Parenthood in Los Angeles (Photo by Vinnie Zuffante/Getty Images)
GROWING PAINS - Gallery - Shoot Date: September 28, 1991. (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images) LEONARDO DICAPRIO
NEW YORK - 1995: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio poses for a photo in 1995 in New York City, New York. (Photo by Catherine McGann/Getty Images)
CANADA - APRIL 14: Leonardo Dicaprio (Photo by Boris Spremo/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio (Photo by Terry McGinnis/WireImage)
(L-R) Actor Leonardo DiCaprio w. model Bridget Hall. (Photo by Dave Allocca/DMI/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
Young American actor Leonardo DiCaprio. (Photo by Darlene Hammond/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES - APRIL 16: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio departs for Dallas, Texas on April 16, 1993 from the Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
Leonardo DiCaprio and Dennis Hopper during Red Rock West party - 1994 at Club USA in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
Leonardo DiCaprio at the The Academy in Beverly Hills, CA. (Photo by Barry King/WireImage)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 22: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and mother Irmelin Indenbirken attend the 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 22, 1994 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
Leonardo DiCaprio during 1992 MTV Rock n Jock Basketball at Bren Center in Irvine, California, United States. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)
HOLLYWOOD, CA - SEPTEMBER 8: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the 'True Romance' Hollywood Premiere on September 8, 1993 at the Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
Headshot of American actor Leonardo DiCaprio, circa 1991. (Photo by Fotos International/Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
1996: Headshot of American actor Leonardo DiCaprio with his hair in bangs. (Photo by Jean Cummings/Fotos International/Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio & Claire Danes during 'Romeo & Juliet' Premiere in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)
Actor Mark Wahlberg and actor Leonardo DiCaprio attend 'The Basketball Diaries' New York City Premiere on April 14, 1995 at Sony Village 7 in New York City.
UNITED STATES - circa 1995: Leonardo Dicaprio (Photo by The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - circa 1995: Leonardo Dicaprio (Photo by The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio & Kristen Zang (Photo by SGranitz/WireImage)
Leonardo DiCaprio & Kevin Connolly during 1999 Comic Relief at Six Flags Magic Mountain. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)
Leonardo DiCaprio during 'Titanic' Los Angeles Premiere, 1997 at Mann Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, United States. (Photo by SGranitz/WireImage)
Leo DiCaprio & Kate Winslet at the 1998 Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 18: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (L) arrives with co-star Kate Winslet for the 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton 18 January in Beverly Hills, CA. DiCaprio is nominated for Best Actor in the drama category for his role in 'Titanic'. 'Titanic' is also nominated for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress in the same category. (Photo credit should read HAL GARB/AFP/Getty Images)
"Titanic" star Leonardo DiCaprio, left, walks past fellow cast member Billy Zane, center, as he arrives for the premiere of the film Sunday, Dec. 14, 1997, at the Mann's Chinese Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Accompanying Zane is Jessica Murphy. (AP Photo/Rene Macura)
Leonardo DiCaprio wearing glasses at the Romeo and Juliet premiere - 1st March 1997 (Photo by Fred Duval/FilmMagic)
LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 7: Actor Leonardo Di Caprio (C) and model Gisele Bundchen (L) attend the game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Utah Jazz on December 7, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Getty Images)
DUBLIN, IRELAND - JANUARY 9: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the after party for the Irish Premiere of 'Gangs of New York' in the Burlington Hotel Dublin, Ireland January 9, 2003. The film is based on Herbert Ashbury's novel about two New York gangs in the mid-19th century. (Photo by ShowBizIreland.com/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES - DECEMBER 17: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the West Coast premiere of the film 'Gangs of New York' at the Directors Guild of America on December 17, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, UNITED STATES: Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio accepts the Outstanding Directing Award on behalf of director Martin Scorsese at the Hollywood Film Festival's Gala Ceremony and Hollywood Movie Awards, in Beverly Hills, CA, 07 October 2002. AFP PHOTO/Lucy NICHOLSON (Photo credit should read LUCY NICHOLSON/AFP/Getty Images)
388629 07: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends NBA playoff game between the Sacramento Kings and the Los Angeles Lakers May 6, 2001 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Newsmakers)
Actors Leonardo Dicaprio and Robert Deniro at The Concert for New York City to benefit the victims of the World Trade Center disaster at Madison Square Garden in New York City. October 20, 2001 (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect)
GERMANY - FEBRUARY 12: Leonardo Di Caprio At Premiere Of 'The Beach' At Berlin Film Festival In Berlin, Germany On February 12, 2000. (Photo by Patrick PIEL/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
U.S. actor Leonardi DiCaprio answers questions during a press conference at the Berlinale movie festival in Berlin, Saturday, February 12, 2000. DiCaprio stars the movie "The Beach" which will have its German premiere later this Saturday. (AP Photo/Jockel Finck)
TODAY -- NBC NEWS -- Pictured: (l-r) Co-anchor Matt Lauer during an interview with actor Leonardo DiCaprio who talks about his new film 'Blood Diamond' on December 1, 2006. The interview will air Wednesday, December 6 on NBC (7-10a.m. ET) (Photo by Virginia Sherwood/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio at the Brompton Hall in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Eamonn McCormack/WireImage)
LONDON - SEPTEMBER 21: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) (L-R) Designer Giorgio Armani and actor Leonardo DiCaprio attend the fashion show and party to celebrate the launch of Emporio Armani RED collection, at Earls Court on September 21, 2006 in London, England. (Photo by Dave M. Benett/Getty Images)
Leonardo DiCaprio during 'The Departed' Press Conference with Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg and Martin Scorsese at Regency Hotel in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Vera Anderson/WireImage)
HOLLYWOOD - FEBRUARY 27: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, nominated for Best Actor for his role in 'The Aviator,' arrives with girlfriend Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen at the 77th Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theater on February 27, 2005 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 16: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio with his award for Best Actor, Drama and actress Hilary Swank with her award for Best Actress, Drama pose in the press room during the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel January 16, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 16: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio poses with his award for 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama' during the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel January 16, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
HOLLYWOOD - CA, DECEMBER 2: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio talks at the Friends of NPI (National Neuropsychiatric Institute) pre screening of 'The Aviator' at the Egyptian Theatre on December 2, 2004 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES - MARCH 24: Actors Lukas Haas (L) and Leonardo DiCaprio attend the game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Sacramento Kings on March 24, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JUNE 8: Writer/director Michael Moore (L) and actor Leonardo DiCaprio arrive at a screening of Michael Moore's 'Fahrenheit 9/11' on June 8, 2004 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
PORTLAND, OR - AUGUST 13: Democratic presidential nominee U.S. Sen. John Kerry (R) (D-MA) plays around with actor Leonardo Di Caprio during a rally August 13, 2004 in Portland, Oregon. Tens of thousands of people attended a rally to top off Kerry's two week 'Believe in America' bus and train tour across America. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 6: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio arrives at 'Turn Up The Heat-Fight Global Warming', a benefit to help the Natural Resources Defense Council, featuring a concert performance by the Rolling Stones at the Staples Center on February 6, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 05: Actor and co-chair Leonardo DiCaprio attends LACMA's Art And Film Gala Honoring Clint Eastwood And John Baldessari at LACMA on November 5, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
Cast member Leonardo DiCaprio arrives at the world premiere of 'J. Edgar,' the opening Night Gala of AFI FEST 2011 at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California November 3, 2011. AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 22: (L-R) Tobey Maguire, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jeffrey Katzenberg attend a game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on December 22, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - APRIL 25: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends Natural Resources Defense Council's 20th anniversary celebration at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on April 25, 2009 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)
LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 27: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend model Bar Refaeli sit courtside during Game Two of the Western Conference Quarterfinals of the 2010 NBA Playoffs between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Oklahoma City Thunder at Staples Center on April 27, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 17: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the Armani / 5th Avenue store opening at Armani / 5th Avenue on February 17, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Jemal Countess/WireImage for Giorgio Armani)
WESTWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 15: Kate Winslet and actor Leonardo DiCaprio arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Revolutionary Road' at the Mann Village Theater on December 15, 2008 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)
US actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the UK Premiere of the film 'Body of Lies' at the Vue cinema in London's Leicester Square on November 06, 2008. AFP PHOTO/Shaun Curry (Photo credit should read SHAUN CURRY/AFP/Getty Images)
MOROCCO - DECEMBER 07: Leonardo DiCaprio in Marrakech, Kingdom of Morocco on December 07th, 2007. (Photo by Pierre HOUNSFIELD/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 04: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks during the 2013-2014 Variety Screening of 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' at Chelsea Bow Tie Cinemas on February 4, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 18: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Official Academy Members screening of 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' at the Academy Theater at Lighthouse International on December 18, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 17: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends the 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on December 17, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic)
US actor Leonardo DiCaprio poses during a photocall of Shutter Island on February 8, 2010 in Rome. Shutter Island is the fourth collaboration between US director Martin Scorsese and his favorite actor Leonardo DiCaprio. AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI (Photo credit should read TIZIANA FABI/AFP/GettyImages)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 13: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (L) and Director Clint Eastwood attend the 12th Annual AFI Awards held at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on January 13, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for AFI)
HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 12: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks onstage during the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards held at The Hollywood Palladium on January 12, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 23: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks at the United Nations Climate Summit on September 23, 2014 in New York City. The summit, which is meeting one day before the UN General Assembly begins, is bringing together world leaders, scientists and activists looking to curb climate change. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio walks down 6th Avenue during the People's Climate March on September 21, 2014, in New York. Activists mobilized in cities across the globe Sunday for marches against climate change, with one of the biggest planned for New York, where celebrities, political leaders and tens of thousands of people were expected. The march comes before the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convenes a climate change summit of 120 world leaders . AFP PHOTO/Timothy A. Clary (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (3rd R) walks down 6th Avenue during the People's Climate March on September 21, 2014, in New York. Activists mobilized in cities across the globe Sunday for marches against climate change, with one of the biggest planned for New York, where celebrities, political leaders and tens of thousands of people were expected. The march comes before the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convenes a climate change summit of 120 world leaders . AFP PHOTO/Timothy A. Clary (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 21: Leonardo Dicaprio speaks at the 8th Annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards at Sheraton Times Square on September 21, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
US actor Leonardo DiCaprio poses during the designate ceremony as UN Messenger of Peace at the United Nations September 20, 2014 in New York . The 69th session of the UN General Assembly begins next week. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
Film stars Leonardo DiCaprio poses at the red carpet of the opening ceremony for the Studio City project in Macau, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. Leonardo DiCaprio says being able to work with his two cinematic father figures on a short film commissioned for the opening of a Macau casino resort was "a slice of heaven." (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
US actor Leonardo DiCaprio poses for photo after attending a press conference which announced further business divestment from fossil fuels in New York on September 22, 2015. AFP PHOTO/JEWEL SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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