Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood at this time, earning $25 million for his role in "The Wolf of Wall Street." His co-star, Jonah Hill, received $60,000 for his part. "If you're [a big star], you're getting well paid," one top agent explained to The Hollywood Reporter, "but the middle level has been cut out." The iconic actor who first captured hearts in “Titanic” now has an estimated net worth of $220 million.
So how does he fare in charitability? The four-time Academy Award nominee has been advocating for environmental issues throughout his career, starting a foundation to protect the Earth in 1998 when he was 24. Over the last several years, his foundation has allocated over $10 million to projects that protect ecosystems and species. The foundation funds three major areas: protecting biodiversity, ocean/forest conservation, and climate change. DiCaprio personally donated $2 million to the Ocean 5 fundraising initiative, and raised over $60 million for other projects within the foundation.