Young, sexy, blonde and handsome At the tender age of 23, Leonardo Di Caprio has achieved the kind of success that most actors spend their careers dreaming about. He started acting at the age of 14 AND HAS GONE ON TO STAR IN OVER 10 MOVIES. He gained critical acclaim in Marvin's Room, Romeo and Juliet and has been nominated for several Academy Awards and Golden Globes. At the premier to Titanic he was mobbed by screaming fans and a Di Caprio media fenzy ensued. Vanity Fair described him as 'quite simply the world's biggest hearthrob' The book features fascinating insights into Leonardo's childhood and photographs of all his films. There are quotes both from Leonardo himself and directors/stars he has worked with. With over 40, 000 words of text and over 100 full colour photos this beautiful book is the definitive Di Caprio photo biography and a must-have for all Di Caprio fans.
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