"SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME" Hollywood Famous Movie Lead Actor [TOM HOLLAND] 30 Interesting Facts & Personal Quotes From his Life with The Net Worth of $25 million

"SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME" Hollywood Famous Movie Lead Actor [TOM HOLLAND] 30 Interesting Facts & Personal Quotes From his Life with The Net Worth of $25 million 

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Tom Holland Personal Information



Thomas Stanley Holland

Name of Profession


Birth Place

 London, England

Date of Birth

 1 June, 1996


 The BRIT School

Donhead Preparatory School

Wimbledon College

Net Worth

$25 million 


 1. Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

2. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

3. Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)

4. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

5. The Devil All The Time (2020)

6. Chaos Walking(2021)

7. Captain America: Civil War (2016)

8. Impossible (2012)

9. Onward (2020)

10. The Lost City of Z (2016)

11. Spies in Disguise (2016)


 5 ft 7 in (1.72m)


1. BAFTA Awards, EE Rising Star Award

2. Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA (Saturn Award), Best Performance by a Young Actor

3.  Empire Awards(UK) , Best Male New Comer

4. Golden Schmoes Awards, Break through Performance of the Year

5. GQ Men of the Year Awards, Superhero of the Year

6. Hollywood Film Awards (Spotlight Award)

7. Jupiter Award, Bes International Actor

8. Kid's Choice Awards (Blimp Award), Favorite Movie Actor & Favorite Superhero


British & ENGLISH



 Not Married


 Dominic Holland

Niki Holland


Not Have Children 


Harry Holland (Sibling)
Sam Holland  (Sibling)
Paddy Holland  (Sibling)
John Charles Anthony Holland (Grand Father)
Teresa Holland (Grand Mother)

Interesting Facts about Tom Holland

1. He is the son of Dominic Holland, a top comic in the UK and a regular panelist on the Channel 5 topical discussion series The Wright Stuff (2000).

2. Since March 2011, his father had been writing the blog "Eclipsed", which was a weekly renewed sequential story narrating how a "somewhat famous comedian is being outshone by his more illustrious son". The blog described in detail the main events in Holland's past and present professional life. The blog came to conclusion in December 2012 when The Impossible (2012) premiered in Los Angeles.

3. He became best known for playing the title role in Billy Elliot the Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London, as well as for starring in the The Impossible (2012). For the latter role, he became a winner of the Hollywood Spotlight Award, as well as of the National Board of Review's award in the "Breakthrough Actor" category.

4. He was featured in Screen International's "UK Stars of Tomorrow - 2012" and in Variety's "Youth Impact Report 2012".

5. His favorite film is Saving Private Ryan (1998).

6. His paternal grandfather, John Charles Anthony Holland, was from the Isle of Man, and his paternal grandmother, Teresa Quigley, was from Ireland. On his mother's side, Tom is the grandson of Robert Walter Frost and Christina Winifred Berry.

7. He was cast for the role as "Billy Elliot" on stage because he reminded Stephen Daldry of Billy Elliot (2000) star Jamie Bell.

8. He is the first actor to play a film incarnation of Peter Parker/Spider-Man who was also a teenager at the time of casting, having turned 19 shortly before the formal announcement in June 2015.

9. He is the first non-U.S-born actor to play a film incarnation of Peter Parker/Spider-Man. His predecessor, Andrew Garfield, was also raised in the U.K., but was born in the United States.

10. He can perform back, side and front flips.

11. His favorite screen acting performance is Edward Norton in Primal Fear (1996).

12. Like his predecessor Andrew Garfield, he was a huge fan of Spider-Man before he played the role and said that playing the role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a dream come true for him.

13. Based his performance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man on Michael J. Fox.

14. Broke his nose on the last day of filming The Lost City of Z (2016).

15. Broke his nose for the second time during the first week of filming Chaos Walking (2021), after getting punched in the face by a stuntman.

16. He beat out Timothée Chalamet, Charlie Plummer, Judah Lewis, Matt Lintz and Charlie Rowe for the role of Spider-Man.

17. He was offered the role of Miles Miller in the film Bad Times at the El Royale (2018), but turned it down.

18. He was originally cast as Seaplane McDonough/Alex in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017), but had to drop out of the film due to scheduling conflicts with Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), so Nick Jonas was cast in his place.

19. He has 3 younger brothers, twins named Harry Holland and Sam Holland and youngest brother Paddy Holland.

20. Owns a Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier, named Tessa.

21. Despite being best known for playing Spider-Man, he has said that he has a very strong fear of spiders in real life.

22. Not to be confused with famous horror writer/director Tom Holland, of Fright Night (1985) and Child's Play (1988).

23. Was in talks for the role of Lance Corporal Blake in 1917 (2019), but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.

24. A leaked casting sheet revealed that he was on the shortlist for the voice of Sonic in Sonic the Hedgehog (2020).

25. He broke Tobey Maguire's record of portraying Spider-Man in a live action film after portraying the character for a fourth time in Avengers: Endgame (2019).

26. Auditioned for the role of Finn in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015). He called his audition a disaster because, he couldn't stop laughing when reading the lines opposite someone pretending to be a droid.

27. Auditioned for the role of Addison Schacht in November Criminals (2017). Lost out the role to Ansel Elgort.

28. Very good friends with Zendaya.

29. Became most famous in 2021 for his roles in cherry, the devil all time and most of all sharing the stage once again with zendaya in Spider-Man no way home.

30. Was cast as Fred Astaire for his biopic by Sony.

Personal Quotes 

1. I think the important thing is to just take in one step at a time.

2.  I think if you rush into fame, then that's where it can be really affecting, and if you take it for granted it can be really affecting.

3. Civil War will be a brilliant movie, a huge movie and I'll have the support of the success of that movie so that I can go on to my own.

4. I'm taking every day as it comes and there's very little preparation that you can do apart from making sure you remain grounded and keep the people that are close to you close and my main goal at the moment is to make sure my work doesn't fall below a certain calibre.

5. When Ron Howard rings you up and says "I'd like you to do my film", you do it. I mean, he's Ron Howard. But for me, I was very interested in Thomas Nickerson and very interested to learn about what it is these men went through. I just knew it was going to be an amazing adventure, I knew it was something I was gonna be very proud of and I knew it was gonna be a challenge. I personally think if something's not a challenge there's no point doing it because you're not gonna learn much. I knew this film was gonna teach me a lot.

6. I've always been a huge fan of Spider-Man and growing up, I had countless Spider-Man costumes. Only two years ago did I go to a fancy dress party dressed as Spider-Man. I had this awesome morph suit where you can put your phone on your chest and spiders would crawl across the costume, it was awesome! He's always been a big part of my life and a big part of a lot of boys' lives, because everyone can kind of relate to him.

7. At the moment, I'm sort of developing some of my own little short film ideas, and trying to get into the directing side of things, just as an interest really, to see what it's like.

8. The way Ron [Howard] likes to work is that he likes to create an environment that is authentic, and he likes to create an environment where the actors are comfortable so that they can explore new ways of performing.

9. [on Martin Scorsese] You can ask [Martin] Scorsese, 'Would you want to make a Marvel movie?' But he doesn't know what it's like because he's never made one.

10. [on Martin Scorsese's comment that Marvel films aren't cinema] I've made Marvel movies and I've also made movies that have been in the conversation in the world of the Oscars, and the only difference, really, is one is much more expensive than the other. But the way I break down the character, the way the director etches out the arc of the story and characters - it's all the same, just done on a different scale. So I do think they're real art.

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