- Faith: Christian - Catholic
- Career: Actor
- Birthday: June 01, 1996
- Fun Fact: Both of his parents are Catholic, and he attended two Roman Catholic schools before attending college at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in London.
Thomas Stanley Holland is an English actor. Thomas Stanley Holland was born in Kingston-upon-Thames, England, on June 1, 1996. He is the oldest of his three brothers. Talent runs in the family as his mother is a photographer and his father is an author and stand-up comedian. Holland took hip-hop dance classes at the Nifty Feet Dance Studio as a child. The studio owner, Lynne Page, contributed to the choreography in the “Billy Elliot” film in 2000. Following his performance at the Richmond Dance Festival in 2006, Page recommended that Holland audition for “Billy Elliot the Musical.”
In 2008, Holland auditioned successfully and joined the London production of “Billy Elliot the Musical.” Unfortunately, Holland was bullied growing up in school for being a dancer. At seven, he was diagnosed with dyslexia, and his parents enrolled him in private school. However, he didn’t let his obstacles stop him from reaching stardom. His first major film role was in the 2012 movie “The Impossible,” Holland received many great reviews for his performance. Even though he’s been acting since age 12, his breakout role was when he was selected to star in the new Spider-Man movie franchise in 2016. He is the youngest actor that has played the role of Peter Parker. His debut as the iconic character was in
“Captain America: Civil War” (2016). Next, he was granted his feature film with “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017).Although he doesn’t publicly speak of his faith, Holland is a Roman Catholic. Both of his parents are Catholic, and he attended two Roman Catholic schools before attending college at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in London.
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