In the world of teen heartthrobs, few can hold on to their sex appeal into the their 20s, much less their 30s and 40s. But Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t play by the rules, going from a cute teenage boy toy to a white-hot man and taking no prisoners along the way. He has appeared in every thing from art films to big-budget Hollywood blockbusters, always bringing his inimitable brand of sexy to all his parts (and all of ours). Born and raised in Los Angeles, Leo started his acting career as a kid, appearing in TV commercials and getting his big break as a homeless youth on the sitcom Growing Pains. By 1993, he had reached full maturity as a man and an actor, receiving high praise for his performance in the biopic This Boy’s Life. He made an outstanding nude debut, portraying French poet Arthur Rimbaud in the biographical drama Total Eclipse (1994). There wasn’t an eclipse in regards to Leonardo’s rump and loins, both being on full display! He showed his buns in The Basketball Diaries (1995), and he got shirtless and made the world swoon as the greatest lover of all time when he played opposite Claire Danes in an updated version of Romeo + Juliet (1996). We’ll shake his speare any day! But 1997 was the year that Leo was the star of James Cameron’s record-breaking, Oscar-winning Titanic and became an international box office sensation and sex symbol. Leonardo gave us more looks at his lanky yet manly body in the psychological thrillers The Beach (2000) and Shutter Island (2010). After a ten-year hiatus, Leo whipped out his rod, along with his butt, in the biopic The Aviator (2004). Finally, Leonardo wowed us again with his bunnage during some wild scenes of sex and debauchery in the award-winning film The Wolf of Wall Street (2013). Leo is a giver that keeps on giving. And Mr. Man is a looker that will keep on looking!