1. KATE WINSLET (ROSE DEWITT BUKATER)
The most pertinent question is, where has Winslet been? She’s become one of Hollywood’s most acclaimed actresses in the 24 years since the release of Titanic.
She won an Oscar for The Reader in 2008, after receiving five prior nominations and one more after then…
She was also nominated for Golden Globes in 2016 for Steve Jobs, Mildred Pierce in 2012, and two in 2009 for The Reader and Revolutionary Road, in which she collaborated with Titanic co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as Emmys in 2011 for Mildred Pierce and 2021 for Mare of Easttown.
She has three children with businessman Ned Rocknroll: Mia, Joe, and Bear. And, despite the fact that she’s a long way from her Titanic days, she’s still very close to co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, who walked her down the aisle during her wedding to Rocknroll and who she constantly gushed over during interviews…
2. LEONARDO DICAPRIO (JACK DAWSON)
DiCaprio’s career took off following Titanic, and he became a favorite of legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese, landing roles in films such as The Departed, Gangs of New York, and The Aviator.
He finally received his long-awaited Oscar for the picture The Revenant in 2016, with Winslet cheering him on throughout the awards season.
In Don’t Look Up, he appeared with Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep.
When he isn’t making movies, DiCaprio is an outspoken advocate for climate change action, appearing at the United Nations and conducting an annual auction to collect funds for the cause.
In 2017, he reconnected with Titanic co-stars Kate Winslet and Billy Zane at the Saint-Tropez event.
3. BILLY ZANE (CAL HOCKLEY)
In Titanic, he played Rose’s wealthy but unlikable fiancé, but in real life, Zane isn’t quite so evil.
Since the film’s release, he’s been consistently acting, churning out multiple projects a year, including The Believer with Ryan Gosling and Charmed and Community on television. ,,
He also appeared on Broadway in Chicago for a short time. Oh, and he appeared in Zoolander 2.
4. GLORIA STUART (OLD ROSE)
Stuart was the oldest-ever acting nominee when she received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Titanic at the age of 87.
She also tied for the Screen Actors Guild Award in the same category with Kim Basinger.
Though her career peaked in the 1930s, Stuart continued to act into her 90s, in films such as The Million Dollar Hotel and in the serial opera General Hospital.
Her most recent role was in the 2004 film Land of Plenty. She died of respiratory failure in 2010 at the age of 100.
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