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Leonardo Di Caprio is an American actor and film producer. He was born on November 11, 1974 in Los Angeles, California.
All contact was initiated by Mr Di Caprio and LDF." The foundation is alleged to have received several million dollars in donations from money that had been diverted from the 1MDB Malaysian sovereign wealth fund, from which billions were laundered in the U. At the actor's birthday party in 2013, the controversial Malaysian businessman Jho Low, a former close associate of Di Caprio's and now at the center of the DOJ investigation, together with Joey Mc Farland, the co-founder of Red Granite Pictures, which financed Earlier in 2013, diverted 1MDB funds were alleged by the DOJ complaint to have been used by Low to purchase a pair of artworks (for a total of $1.1 million) by Ed Ruscha and Mark Ryden at a Christie's auction benefiting the LDF (one of many buys during a spending spree that shook the art world). Tropez auction held in 2015, with the likes of David Geffen, Paul Allen, Tom Barrack and Harvey Weinstein in attendance, Low offered the LDF a sculpture by Roy Lichtenstein, 1982's "Brushstroke," valued at roughly $700,000.
There have been growing calls for Di Caprio to not just return the money that went into his foundation, but also his fees as star and producer on, estimated to be more than $25 million.
(Di Caprio turns 41 on Wednesday.) When a 19-year-old Di Caprio visited the show to discuss his role as a developmentally disabled teen in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," Katie Couric wanted to know how the actor was coping with his "sudden fame." "Wow, I'm not even sure," he said.
"I'd say I try to spend a lot of time with my friends, my family, just stay at home a lot and mainly keep to myself and meet new people every once in a while. It's not even real to me yet, so it's hard for me to answer that question." "I knew that I couldn't have any of the attributes that I have normally," he explained. I had to completely be something totally different.
So I'd say, the hardest thing was getting in and out of Arnie when the cameras were rolling and when they cut, just to transform myself into this other character so quickly." RELATED: Show me that smile again!