Legendary Leonardo DiCaprio Tattoos – Tattoo Ideas, Artists and Models

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Leonardo DiCaprio is one of Hollywood’s most famous actors and has appeared in many prominent films over the past three decades. DiCaprio made his debut with a few small roles in television and film in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and was then acclaimed by the general public in “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” in 1993. In this film, DiCaprio played a mentally retarded teenager opposite Johnny Depp. In the mid-1990s, DiCaprio became the Hollywood Idol of the Decade thanks to his performances in “Romeo + Juliet” in 1996 and “Titanic” in 1997.

DiCaprio continued his streak of success into the 2000s, teaming up with director Martin Scorsese and appearing in a number of box office dramas including “Gangs of New York” in 2002, “The Aviator” in 2004. and “The Departed” in 2006. As we moved into the 2010s, DiCaprio continued to diversify and appeared in some of the biggest movies of the decade, such as “Shutter Island” in 2010, “Inception” in 2010 , “Django Unchained” in 2012, “The Great Gatsby” in 2013, “The Wolf of Wall Street in 2013,” “The Revenant” in 2015 and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in 2019. It’s safe to say that these The last 10 years have been DiCaprio’s decade and it shocked many that his one and only Oscar came so late with “The Revenant”. However, better late than never, right Leo?

In honor of Leonardo DiCaprio’s impressive portfolio, take a look at a sample of tattoos inspired by some of his most memorable roles. So let us know your thoughts on this story in the comments section on social media.

“What is Gilbert Raisin eating?” “

“Romeo + Juliet”

“The beach”

“The island with shutters”

“Django Unchained”

“Gatsby the magnificent”

“The wolf of Wall Street”

“The ghost”

It’s important to note that we could easily have done a Leonardo DiCaprio tattoo showcase just with Belgian tattoo artist Inal Bersekov. Seriously, Bersekov has to be the ultimate DiCaprio fan. Tell us which Bersekov tattoo most resembles Leo!


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