Who’s That Guy In ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’? A Beginner’s Guide

Because trust us, seeing 'Growing Pains' will enhance your enjoyment of 'The Wolf of Wall Street.'

It’s Christmas. You’re watching “The Wolf of Wall Street” with your family (awkward), friends (probably just as awkward) or by yourself (easily the most awkward; get right outta there). You notice the screen (because you’re at the movies, and that’s what you are there to do): “Hey, it’s that guy,” you say to yourself. “I recognize him. But from where?”

That’s Leonardo DiCaprio, dude. He’s pretty famous. Why are you seeing “The Wolf of Wall Street” if you don’t know Leonardo DiCaprio?

Luckily, your friends here at MTV News were put on this earth to enrich your cultural experience. If you’re sitting there going, “Hey, I like that guy I saw orchestrating a massive, coke-fueled orgy! What else can I see him in?” then brother or sister, you are in luck. Like, yes, we know you’ve seen The DiCaprio himself in “Titanic” already, but let’s dig a little deeper, shall we? Read on for the annotated CVs of the major players in Martin Scorsese’s latest opus, along with our recommendations for further viewing.

Leonardo DiCaprio
Resumé:
“Titanic” (1997); “Catch Me if You Can” (2002); “Gangs of New York” (2002); “The Aviator” (2004); “Blood Diamond” (2006); “The Departed” (2006); Being a Handsome Person (1975-present); Awkward, Somehow-Platonic Relationship with Kate Winslet (1997-present); Anti-aging Gland Inside Body (1975-present); Sexual Relations with Whatever Model He Pleases (1997-present); Best Actor to Never Win an Oscar Title (2007-present)

If you like him in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” you’ll love him in:
Probably everything, but most notably “Growing Pains,” (1991-1992)

Jonah Hill
Resumé:
“The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (2005); “Knocked Up” (2007); “Superbad” (2007); “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008); “Moneyball” (2011); “21 Jump Street” (2012); Being the Third (?) Most Likely Guy From His Crew to Become an Oscar-Nominated Actor (2011); Funniest Performance in “40-Year-Old Virgin” Award (2005); Was a Rapper at One Point (? – ?); Judd Apatow Discovery (2005); Probably Will Do No More Movies Like “Grandma’s Boy” Anymore (2011-present)

If you like him in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” You’ll love him in::
“Accepted” (2006)

Matthew McConaughey
Resumé:
“Dazed and Confused” (1993); “A Time To Kill” (1996); “Amistad” (1997); “EdTV” (1999); “Mud” (2012); “Dallas Buyers Club” (2013); Finder, Various Reasons to Take off Shirt (1990-present); Winner, “Guy Who You’d Fear Leaving Your Wife Around” Award (1994-present); Legitimate Acting Chops (sporadically for whole career, but certainly 2011-present); De Facto University of Texas First Fan (2005-present); Hard-to-Spell Last Name (1969-present)

If you like him in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” you’ll love him in:
“The Wedding Planner” (2001)

Margot Robbie
Resumé:
“Neighbours” (2008-2011); “Pan Am” (2011-2012); “About Time” (2013); Extremely Captivating IMDb Photo (2013-present); Father Probably Fears Seeing “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013); Winner, “She’s Probably About to Be Really Famous” Award (2013); Adding an Australian Accent to This Person Is Probably Unfair (1990-present); Likely Can’t Google Image Her at Work Without Getting in Trouble (2010-present)

If you like her in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” you’ll love her in:
“ICU” (2009)

Kyle Chandler
Resumé:
“Mulholland Falls” (1996); “Early Edition” (1996-2000); “King Kong” (2005); “The Kingdom” (2007); “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (2008); “Friday Night Lights” (2006-2011); Probably Will Be Called “Coach Taylor” by Strangers for the Rest of His Life (2006-present); Seems Incredibly Approachable, Probably to His Detriment (1968-present); Won Emmy Over Steve Buscemi, Jon Hamm (2011); Was in Both “Argo” and “Zero Dark Thirty” — Nice (2012); Likely Tired of People Telling Him He’s Underrated (2006-present)

If you like him in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” you’ll love him in:
“Convict Cowboy” (1995)

Cristin Milioti
Resumé:
“The Sopranos” (2006); “The Good Wife” (2010); “30 Rock” (2011); “Nurse Jackie” (2011); “Sleepwalk With Me” (2012); “How I Met Your Mother” (2013); From New Jersey (1985-present); Definitely Looks Like She’s from New Jersey (1985-present); Is “the Mother” on “How I Met Your Mother” (2013-present); Probably Too Good For Ted in “How I Met Your Mother” (2013); Has Extremely Memorable Line in “The Sopranos” (2006)

If you like her in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” you’ll love her in:
“Year of the Carnivore” (2009)

Rob Reiner
Resumé:
“All in the Family” (1971-1978); “This Is Spinal Tap” (1984); “Throw Momma From the Train” (1987); “Sleepless in Seattle” (1993); “Primary Colors” (1998); Director, Countless Number of Memorable Movies (1984-present); Likely Really Fun to Sit Next to on a Plane (1947-present); Trademark Beard (? – present); Makes Valid Points on Bill Maher’s Show (2010-2013); Probably Never in a Bad Mood (1947-present); Was in the Room When Jack Nicholson Told Us We Couldn’t Handle the Truth (1992)

If you like him in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” you’ll love him in:
“Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star” (2003)

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