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Leonardo DiCaprio Looked Scruffy At The Beach, Bears Uncanny Likeness To Jack Nicholson

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Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted at the beach in Malibu, California, during the Fourth of July weekend. However, people around him had to do a double take, as the actor did not have his usual look. He was sporting a white shirt, orange shorts, a full beard, and long hair – not the usual dapper DiCaprio.

He played a game of volleyball with his latest flame, German model Toni Garrn. Garrn wore jean shorts and a blue bikini top — she was looking sexy.

DiCaprio’s scruffy look, however, was reminiscent of Tom Hanks’ character in Cast Away. He could have written SOS in the sand and someone would have rescued him. However, some also said that the 39-year-old actor is slowly morphing into Jack Nicholson – both in face and style. His sunglasses added to the “Jack Nicholson look.”

Looks may not be the only thing the the two actors share. They both have successful acting careers, and they also share a love of beautiful models and expensive yachts. They were also co-stars in the film The Departed.

This is not the first time DiCaprio has been compared to Nicholson. During a promotional tour of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained in Japan last year, DiCaprio surprised and wowed his fans with his Nicholson impression, complete with the eyebrow movement.

The uncanny resemblance between the two actors may be an advantage to DiCaprio if a Jack Nicholson biopic ever comes up. He may even finally snag his own Oscar award and add to the similarities between him and Nicholson.

DiCaprio has been nominated for an Oscar five times, but has never won. Nicholson, on the other hand, has 12 Oscar nominations and has won three Oscars – two for Best Actor and one for Best Supporting Actor. He is also the most nominated male actor in the history of the Academy Awards.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Looked Scruffy At The Beach, Bears Uncanny Likeness To Jack Nicholson
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