Who am I?

Woman’s Day (NZ) - - Puzzles -

I was born in Lon­don in 1996, the el­dest of four boys. Dad is a co­me­dian and writer, and from a young age, I loved to dance and had lessons at a hip-hop dance school. While per­form­ing at a lo­cal fes­ti­val, I was spot­ted by a chore­og­ra­pher con­nected to Billy El­liott he Musical, who en­cour­aged me to con­cen­trate on my danc­ing–and when I was 12, I made my de­but in the lead role of the musical in Lon­don’s West End. In 2012, I made my first movie, TheIm­pos­si­ble, with Naomi Watts and Ewan Mc­Gre­gor. I then went to the­atre school and, on grad­u­at­ing, I landed a role in the 2015 his­tor­i­cal TV drama WolfHall. In the same year, I ap­peared along­side Chris Hemsworth in the film In­theHeartoftheSea. But it was my next role that would set me on a path to Hol­ly­wood fame, play­ing Spi­der-Man in Cap­tain Amer­ica: Civil War, which was re­leased last year. I’ve since be­come one of Hol­ly­wood’s hottest young tal­ents, mak­ing the films TheLostCi­ty­ofZ and Ed­ge­ofWin­ter, and I had the star­ring role in Spi­der-Man:Home­com­ing. With a string of big-bud­get movies in the works, in­clud­ing two more as Spi­der-Man, who am I? SO­LU­TION NEXT WEEK

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