Leonardo DiCaprio’s Net Worth & How He Spends It
— Updated on 27 April 2022

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Net Worth & How He Spends It

— Updated on 27 April 2022
John McMahon
John McMahon

Leonardo DiCaprio has soundly cemented his status as a fixture of modern cinema – from Titanic to Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. With a long list of accomplishments to go with the filmography, it’s unsurprising that Leonardo DiCaprio also has a net worth which you and I would consider hefty.

Considering the man’s position on the environment, how exactly the actor spends his coin is a mystery worth unravelling. To private jet or not to private jet? Is it a garage of Lambos and Ferraris or Teslas and hybrids? Here’s how the Leonardo DiCaprio we’ve come to know makes and spends his net worth.

Leonardo DiCaprio Net Worth Breakdown —

  • US$25 million fee per film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
  • DiCaprio surpassed the US$20 million per film mark back in 2000.
  • Inception saw DiCaprio rake in US$59 million (includes salary and all back-end points off worldwide gross + share of DVD and pay-TV revenue)
  • An undisclosed sponsorship fee as a previous ambassador for Tag Heuer.
  • DiCaprio is also a brand ambassador for Chinese electric car company BYD.
  • Unlike George Clooney, the man’s primary income is still through film.
  • A speculated net worth total of approximately AU$350 million.

How DiCaprio Spends It —

  • Donated US$1 million to the Wildlife Conservation Society.
  • Purchased first generation Tesla & Fisker Karma electric vehicles, both for around US$100,000.
  • M/Y Topaz, a US$678 million superyacht is regularly chartered by DiCaprio.
  • The man’s got an extensive art collection. He once purchased a US$125,000 Ed Ruscha painting as part of a charity auction to raise money for Haiti relief funds.
  • He owns the piano from Casablanca.
  • He loves his sports, buying seasons tickets for baseball and hockey, not to mention shelling out for FIFA World Cup and UEFA Champions League Finals.
  • He’s building an eco-resort in Belize.
  • He’s since traded in his Gulfstream private jet to appease the carbon footprint critics.
  • He paid a motza for the ruby slippers from Wizard of Oz.
  • Surprisingly, a huge bulk of Leonardo DiCaprio’s net worth is dropped on his rare Star Wars action figure collection.
  • Rumoured to have bought a 10-year-old Sulcata Tortoise – you read that right. He’s a fan of exotic pets.

Source: The Richlist

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John McMahon
John McMahon is a founding member of the Boss Hunting team who honed his craft by managing content across website and social. Now, he's the publication's General Manager and specialises in bringing brands to life on the platform.


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