Tom Holland as Spider-Man: I have responsibility to be role model

Tom Holland stars in the latest Marvel release, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’. It’s his third outing as the friendly neighbourhood masked hero. In an interview with the BBC, Holland said,

“Having this job is more than just having a job, there are kids looking at Spider-Man. I have responsibility to be a role model.”

At age 7 Holland was diagnosed with dyslexia, but went on to graduate from the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in London. He began his acting career on the West End stage in the title role of Billy Elliot the Musical in 2008.

He has since gone onto become an A-list celebrity, looked up to by millions, so it’s great to see that he uses his status responsibly, including funding The Brothers Trust, his families charity that raises money for homeless children, single mothers, and elders in difficult situations.

Click here to watch the full BBC interview with Tom Holland

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, is in cinemas now.

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