British actor Tom Holland plays the quintessentially American hero Spider-Man in Marvel and Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. Holland comes from a family of creatives, as his father is the comedian Dominic Holland and his mother is photographer Nicola “Nikki” Elizabeth Frost. He also has three younger brothers, Sam, Harry and Patrick.
The 21-year-old Holland was born in Kinsington upon Thames, London and attended The BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology. He first gained fame on the stage, starring in Billy Elliot The Musical in 2008 through 2010. This led to roles in the films The Impossible, How I Live Now, Locke and Ron Howard’s In The Heart of the Sea.
In 2015, Holland was cast to play Spider-Man/Peter Parker, making his debut as the character in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War. In 2017, he also starred in The Lost City of Z.
Here’s what you need to know about Holland’s family.
1. Sam & Harry Are Twins & Harry Appeared in 2013’s ‘Diana’
Harry has shown more interest in following his older brother into acting. He has also appeared in 2013’s Diana with Naomi Watts and has been in a couple of shorts. He also directed three short films himself.
As The Daily Mail notes, Harry played Prince Harry in Diana. That film was critically panned, famously earning Watts a Razzie Award nomination for Worst Actress.Read More From HeavySpider-Man: Homecoming Sequel: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
2. Younger Brother Patrick Says He’s Also Gone on Auditions, ‘But I Never Get Them’
Holland took most of his family with him to the Hollywood premiere of Spider-Man: Homecoming on June 28. Sam was his only brother to miss out on the event and his father couldn’t make it. His grandparents, Tony and Tess, his grandma Tina and cousin Sydney all attended.
Brother Patrick “PAddy” Holland, who is 13, told Entertainment Tonight that he’s really trying to be like his older brother. He just doesn’t have the same luck as Tom. “I try I do a lot of auditions, but I never get them,” Patrick said.