Leonardo DiCaprio’s 23-year stretch of Golden Globe nominations and wins

Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass in a scene from the film “The Revenant,” directed by Alejandro G. Inarritu.

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Leonardo DiCaprio generated big buzz at this year’s Golden Globes, which marks the actor’s 11th nomination for his work in Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s new film, “The Revenant.” DiCaprio won the actor in a motion picture drama award after being widely favored. His Golden Globe statuette tally now stands at three. Could this mean that the 41-year-old actor will finally win an Oscar?

Audiences have watched DiCaprio grow up onscreen since he first made waves as a troubled teenager in “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.” Here’s a look at the star’s many faces as he’s evolved from one awards season to the next.

‘The Revenant’ movie review

Leonardo DiCaprio won his third Golden Globe for his role in "The Revenant."

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Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio nabbed his second Golden Globe win and his 10th nomination in 2014 for "The Wolf of Wall Street."

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“Django Unchained”

In 2013 Leonardo DiCaprio was nominated for his ninth Golden Globe for his portrayal of sadistic slave owner Calvin Candie in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained."

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‘J. Edgar’

The multifaceted role of J. Edgar Hoover in "J. Edgar" resulted in Leonardo DiCaprio's eighth Golden Globe nomination. 

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“Revolutionary Road”

Leonardo DiCaprio as Frank Wheeler in "Revolutionary Road," the tragic drama that netted the star his seventh Golden Globe nomination in 2009.

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Blood Diamond

Leonardo DiCaprio was nominated for two Golden Globes in 2007. One was for his work in "The Departed" and the second was for his portrayal of a South African mercenary in "Blood Diamond."

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“The Departed”

Golden Globe nomination No. 5 came in 2007 for Leonardo DiCaprio's depiction of South Boston cop Billy Costigan in Martin Scorsese's "The Departed."

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In 2005 Leonardo DiCaprio scored his fourth Golden Globe nomination and his first win for his portrayal of eccentric tycoon Howard Hughes in "The Aviator."

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“Catch Me If You Can”

As Frank Abagnale in "Catch Me If You Can," Leonardo DiCaprio is seduced by a call girl named Cheryl Ann, played by Jennifer Garner. This marked the actor's third Golden Globe nomination in 2003.

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Leonardo DiCaprio broke hearts as Jack Dawson in the epic romance "Titanic." The blockbuster film marked his second Golden Globe nomination in 1998.

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“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”

With his first Golden Globe nomination for Arnie Grape in 1993's "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," Leonardo DiCaprio burst on the scene as a young actor to watch.

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