Leonardo DiCaprio has the net worth as heavy as the big man, here are how he spends it.
Regarding on-screen acting ability, Leonardo DiCaprio has proved himself in numerous a position, featuring in a wide scope of movies like Titanic, The Aviator, and The Wolf of Wall Street among numerous others.
Leonardo DiCaprio net worth
- USD 25 million for each film, as indicated by The Hollywood Reporter.
- DiCaprio outperformed the USD 20 million for each film in 2000.
- Initiation saw DiCaprio rake in USD 59 million.
- An undisclosed sponsorship fee previous ambassador for Tag Heuer.
- DiCaprio is additionally a brand ambassador for the Chinese electric vehicle organization BYD.
- Like George Clooney, the man’s essential salary is still through film.
- Estimated net worth an aggregate of around AUD 346 million.
As far as the number of roles, he’s been an on-screen character in 32 motion pictures and eight shows. At the same time creating another 18 unique movies and shows. It’s truly evident that Leonardo DiCaprio has a remarkably considerable list of achievements and with those achievements, you can expect comes to strong net worth.
Considering the man’s naturally difficult open position, how precisely the on-screen character spends the money is a riddle worth unraveling. To private jet or not to the private jet. Is it a carport of Lambos and Ferraris or Teslas and hybrids?
Here’s how Leonardo DiCaprio spends his money
Donated $1 million to the Wildlife Conservation Society.
- M/Y Topaz, a USD 678 million superyacht is normally charted by DiCaprio.
- The man has an extensive art collection. He once bought a $125,000 Ed Ruscha painting as fund-raise for Haiti alleviation reserves.
- DiCaprio bought original Tesla and Fisker Karma electric vehicles, both around $100,000.
- He claims the piano from ‘Casablanca.’
- He adores his games, purchasing season tickets for hockey and baseball. Also for Fifa World Cup and UEFA Champions League Finals.
- He is building a resort in Belize.
- He’s since exchanged his Gulfstream private jet to assuage the carbon footprint critics.
- He paid a motza for the ruby shoes from ‘Wizard of Oz’Drops’.
- Rommered to have purchased a 10-year-old Sulcata Tortoise – you read that right. He’s an aficionado of fascinating pets.