Who am I?
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