Leonardo DiCaprio through the years

by SheKnows
May 8, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. ET
We heart Leonardo DiCaprio for his adorable and brilliant portrayal of Arnie, Gilbert’s younger, mentally challenged brother.

1 /8: Romeo + Juliet

1/8 :Romeo + Juliet

We’re not entirely sure how to "feeleth" about this Leo pic, but he does make this cross-era role uniquely his own.

2 /8: Titanic

2/8 :Titanic

Can we get a Leonardo DiCaprio “bingo!”? Nine out of 10 women think Titanic is Leo’s hottest role.

3 /8: The Beach

3/8 :The Beach

The Beach was Leonardo’s first post-Titanic effort, sending adoring females to watch what ended up being described as a bland and empty movie.

4 /8: The Man in the Iron Mask

4/8 :The Man in the Iron Mask

In The Man in the Iron Mask, we get a double dose of Leo. He plays evil French King Louis XIV and his forgotten and imprisoned twin brother Philippe.

5 /8: Catch Me If You Can

5/8 :Catch Me If You Can

In Catch Me If You Can, DiCaprio plays a conman who scabs millions of dollars by pretending to be a legal prosecutor, pilot and doctor.

6 /8: Gangs of New York

6/8 :Gangs of New York

In the 1860s, Leo DiCaprio’s Amsterdam Vallon seeks to avenge his father’s death.

7 /8: Django Unchained

7/8 :Django Unchained

In Django Unchained, set in the pre-Civil War era, DiCaprio plays Calvin Candie, a vile and violent plantation owner.

8 /8: The Great Gatsby

8/8 :The Great Gatsby

If rich, Prohibition gangsters with a flair for drama are your thing, then perhaps you will cast your vote for Leonardo as Jay Gatsby as your fave Leo character.