Here's Proof That Leonardo DiCaprio Does Not Age

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Whether you fell for him way back when he was a kid in What's Eating Gilbert Grape, or years later, when he was freezing to death in Titanic, chances are if you're reading this, you're a Leo fan for life. Not only is DiCaprio one of the most acclaimed actors in Hollywood, he tends to spend a significant amount of his time on climate change research and education — a passion he dedicates his entire Instagram feed to.
Regardless of how many many Clinton Global Citizen Awards he wins, or how many Victoria's Secret models he dates, there's no competition when it comes to Leo as our longest-standing celebrity crush. And since November 11 marks his 44th birthday, we decided to celebrate the only way we know how: a look back at his very best looks.
Click ahead to check out Leonardo DiCaprio's most memorable moments, spanning from the early '90s to that Oscars red carpet...
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Leonardo DiCaprio has been working since 1979, but it wasn't until 1991 that we got a glimpse of the young talent in the TV sitcom Growing Pains. That's where it all began...
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By 1995, DiCaprio was the kind of Hollywood heartthrob we'd been waiting for. And with a textured mop like that, he could've been the poster child for Oribe.
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Post-Titanic, DiCaprio kept a low-ish profile for several years. But that doesn't mean we didn't notice when he cut his hair and starting using hair gel.
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The Catch Me If You Can star's signature hairstyle is established by the early '00s: slicked back to show off those baby blue eyes.
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If there's anything that Leo loves more than the Lakers and global warming documentaries, it's hats.Whether he's hanging courtside at a basketball game or scaring Jonah Hill, the guy will always sport a chapeau.
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There's nothing like a little scruff on the red carpet to turn an awards show from a total dud to a Sunday must-watch.
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Some might say they recognize Leo by his fake Boston accent. But we would say it's that impeccably preserved baby face that we could spot from miles away.
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The year we figured out that Leo was born to be a dusty-headed blonde — not a brunette.
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After working with on-screen wife Kate Winslet in Revolutionary Road, Leo was back to his sun-kissed head of hair.
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Looks like he got a little too much sun on vacation this year.
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His skin was back to glowy in no time, though.
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Are those cream soda highlights?
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Those searing blue eyes could burn right through to your soul and make you admit that you did not recycle your take-out containers last night.
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Little did we know that this beard would lead Leo straight to the Oscar podium to accept his first-ever Academy Award win.
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Sure, he might not book his brow artist a flight to keep those arches in check, but that doesn't mean he doesn't rank at the top of our Boy Brow list.
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Donald Trump may not think so, but we know Leo is still very much hot.
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After a year of snorkeling in Italy, filming Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and wearing lots of cargo shorts, DiCaprio made one of his rare public appearances at CinemaCon in Vegas. Truthfully, not much has changed over the past two years, but tell us something we don't know.

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