Leonardo DiCaprio (Titanic) stars in “Wolf of Wall Street”, along with Matthew McConaughey (Failure to Launch), Jonah Hill (Moneyball) and Jean Dujardin (The Artist). The film, directed by Martin Scorcese (Goodfellas), examines the raw and cuthroat world of big finance during the 1990’s in the biggest, most important stock market in the world – Wall Street in New York City. What’s the financial net worth of the stars?
He came from humble Hollywood beginnings by being a part of Alan Thicke’s TV brood on the family feel good sitcom, “Growing Pains”, co-starring Kirk Cameron and Joanna Kerns. In 1997, DiCaprio co-starred opposite Kate Winslet (Mildred Pierce) in James Cameron’s Oscar winning mega smash, “Titanic”, and his career took off into the A list stratosphere like a rocket. DiCaprio has excelled in such big movies as ‘The Aviator’ and ‘J. Edgar’ and now he plays a bad guy, directed by Quentin Tarantino in “Django Unchained”, a western that Tarantino has called more of a southern. DiCaprio is a skilled actor and a good businessman and his net worth is an estimated and a titanic $200 million dollars.
He’s the man with the twinkle in his eye while wearing that trademark mischievous grin. McConaughey impressed us all in early roles like opposite Jodi Foster in “Contact”, directed by Robert Zemeckis, “Amistad” from Stephen Spielberg, and the cult classic comedy, “Dazed And Confused” in 1993. More recently, he played the owner of the male strip club in the surprise hit, “Magic Mike” from director Stephen Soderbergh. He’s worth an estimated and quite magical $65 million dollars.
He was so bad, he was damn good, when he starred in the fun comedy flick “Superbad”, from laugh master Judd Apatow. Hill then earned an Oscar nomination for his role in “Moneyball” opposite Brad Pitt. Hill also writes and produces movies like “21 Jump Street” and his appearance hosting NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” was well received. He plays Randy The Regulator in “Django Unchained” and his personal fortune is well regulated indeed. He boasts a net worth of an estimated and knee sleeping $18 million dollars. Now that’s super good!
He’s the actor who got an Oscar for Best Actor without saying a word – well, at least in the movie which won him the Academy Award. In the silent film, “The Artist”, Dujardin plays a wildly popular silent film actor whose fame and fortune start to change once the age of sound and the ‘talkies’ come into fashion. DuJardin is the first French actor to ever win an Academy Award for Best Actor. He has an estimated net worth of $12 million dollars.