Leonardo DiCaprio Celebrates Oscar Win with an Intimate Dinner with Close Family and Friends
It was a night Leonardo DiCaprio will never forget. The 41-year-old actor finally nabbed an Oscar for his role in The Revenant on Sunday, and he shared the big win with the people closest to him—his parents.
DiCaprio brought his mom Irmelin Indenbirken to the ceremony, where she watched as he accepted the award with a poignant and important speech about climate change. After the show ended, the duo continued the celebrations at the Governors Ball and Vanity Fair's annual after-party.
However, DiCaprio and his mom didn't stay too long. Instead, the star chose to mark the career milestone with a more intimate dinner with his closest friends and family. His dad George and stepmother Peggy Ann Farrar met up with DiCaprio and his pals including Tobey Maguire, Jennifer Meyer Maguire, Hilary Swank, and Benicio del Toro at Robert De Niro's eatery Ago Restaurant in West Hollywood. Sounds like the perfect way to cap off an impressive awards season. Congrats, Leo!