Leonardo DiCaprio is a staple at the Golden Globes with his powerful performances in movie after movie. See how many of the awards the leading man has taken home.
Although Leonardo DiCaprio may not be nominated for a Golden Globe in 2023, his legacy at the annual awards show will always be present and accounted for. The 48-year-old actor has welcomed a slew of nominations, and a few wins, at the Hollywood bash over the years. With the show returning to a televised broadcast this year following internal changes made by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association — amid the controversy over the lack of diversity among its former voting body — fans want to know all about Leo’s Globes history. Keep reading to find out all about it, below!
In a jaw-dropping performance as real-life investor Jordan Belfort, Leo was the perfect actor to capture the story of a Wall Street god’s meteoric rise in the financial district and his shocking downfall. Leading a cast that included Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey, Leonardo was a powerhouse and proved his chops by beating out Christian Bale, Joaquin Phoenix and Oscar Isaac.
With nothing but the highest critical praise for Leonardo in The Revenant, the actor easily took home the big prize at the 2016 Golden Globes. Playing a frontiersman in 1820s America left for dead by his team of hunters, and an arch nemesis in Tom Hardy’s role, Leo’s character battles the elements and a bear in his fight for revenge. Leo’s main competition that year came from Will Smith and Michael Fassbender. The role also brought home Leo’s first Oscar!
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