Leonardo DiCaprio’s ex-assistant reveals what it’s like to work for him

Leonardo DiCaprio may be one of Hollywood’s most famous men, but he’s an expert at hiding his private life.

We’ve had glimpses of his relationship through paparazzi photos and the occasional interview, but perhaps the biggest clue to what DiCaprio really is is his relationship with him at the height of his career. It comes from someone who worked closely with him, that is, his assistant.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s former assistant has opened up about working with DiCaprio.

Kashi Brown served as DiCaprio’s assistant during the filming of “The Aviator” in 2003, and resigned after filming was completed.

She got the job from a friend who was DiCaprio’s assistant during the filming of 2002’s Catch Me If You Can.

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Brown got the chance to bond with everyone while filming “Catch Me If You Can,” and became DiCaprio’s assistant when the friend moved on to other projects.

Since then, Brown has had nothing but good things to say about DiCaprio.

“Leo and I always had fun on set,” Brown told The Huffington Post in 2016.

Their relationship was full of humor and the two would often joke around. She also revealed a joke the two had on many accounts.


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