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Thomas Stanley "Tom" Holland (born June 1, 1996) is an English actor and dancer best known for his role as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the MCU.

Early Life[]

A native of Kingston upon Thames, Tom was born and raised there alongside with his twin brothers, Sam, a chef and Harry, an actor and director and younger brother Paddy, also an actor, and his parents, Dominic, a comedian and author, and Nicola "Nikki" Holland (nee Frost), a photographer. Holland attended the BRIT school in Croydon as a theatre student and graduated in 2014. He took inspiration from his parents, especially his father and considered becoming a carpenter as he went to carpentry school in his teens in Cardiff or a primary school teacher before he decided to step into the world of acting.


He started his acting career playing the best friend of the main character at the West End's production of Billy Elliot the Musical, and learned gymnastics, then got promoted to play the main character a few years later and would return for the 5th and 10th anniversary performances as one of the former Billy's. In 2012, He first lent his voice to the UK dub for the Japanese cartoon, Arriety, voicing the 12-year-old nephew of Sadoko, Sho. Also that same year, Holland made his film debut as Lucas in The Impossible and featured in the 2013 film How I Live Now and had a supporting role voicing Eddie Locke in the physiological drama film Locke that same year. The following year, he cameoed for Billy Ellott the Musical Live in 2014. In 2015, he appeared in the BBC miniseries Wolf Hall as Gregrory Cromwell and directed Tweet that same year. He also portrayed teenage Thomas Nickerson in In the Heart of the Sea. In June, Holland signed with Marvel to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man for a 6-motion picture deal. In 2016, he made his on-screen debut as the web slinger in Captain America: Civil War and that same year he portrayed Bradley Baker psychological thriller Edge of Winter and the following year in 2017, he co-starred with Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson in The Lost City of Z, which opened with positive reviews from the public. Later that same year, he played Samuel Insull in The Current War.


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