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Leo before Wall Street

Leo is no stranger to iconic roles, having graced our screens in various guises since he was a teenager. In fact, his fresh-faced allure was something of a pop culture stalwart in the 1990s. Whether he was howling his love for Kate on Titanic or pouting beatifically on a Romeo + Juliet poster, DiCaprio fever was hard to miss.

He narrowly missed out on this year's Oscar award for Best Actor for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street, so come remind yourself of some of Leo's most memorable roles (and hairstyles - no one did the bowl cut better):



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