While Tom Holland is now best known for the role of Peter Parker (as known as Spider-Man). It is true to say in the absence of Spider-Man, it could take Tom a long time to gain this popularity. Even in a meeting with Son Heung-min (a famous Tottenham Hotspur player), Tom Holland also mentioned how lucky he could take the Spider-Man role.
However, there are still several interesting roles given life by him. Even with his inability to keep a professional secret, he has still left a good impression on the audience thanks to his good-looking appearance and enthusiasm. As a result, he can broaden his promotional opportunities and become one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood. Below are his ten best roles, apart from being Peter Parker, which have been applauded by critics.
1. The Novice – Pilgrimage
Tom Holland stars in this film as Brother Diarmuid, the youngest monk in the gang, naïve but always willing to question the motivations behind the monks’ quest.
2. Thomas Nickerson – In The Heart Of The Sea
Source: In The Heart Of The Sea
Tom Holland gives life to a younger version of Thomas Nickerson in In The Heart Of The Sea, who is a 14-year-old cabin boy who is forced to consume human flesh to survive the disaster.
3. Bradley – Edge Of Winter Marks
Source: Edge Of Winter Marks
Edge of Winter stars Tom Holland as Bradley, a boy forced to hang out with a mentally ill father, Elliot, during a camping trip.
4. Todd Hewitt- Chaos Walking
Source: Chaos Walking
In this movie, he acts as Todd Hewitt, a young man living in a dystopian world where there aren’t any women and every living creature can hear and see each other’s thoughts.
5. A MIT Nerd – Spies In Disguise
Source: Spies In Disguise
He voices for Walter Beckett – a 15-year-old MIT genius who works for Sterling’s spy agency.
6. Samuel Insull – The Current War
Source: The Current War
Tom Holland was known as Samuel Insull the real-life innovator who contributed to creating the U.S. electrical infrastructure in The Current War.
7. A Shy Elf- Onward
He voices Ian Lightfoot, an unconfident and socially anxious elf who believes speaking with his father one more time will help him go through his puberty.
8. Cherry – Cherry
According to Rotten Tomatoes, Cherry gave an opportunity for Holland to showcase his acting skills, which made the film a bit more bearable by the time it had been widely criticized for being unoriginal and pretentious
9. Nathan Drake – Uncharted
In the movie, he gives life to Nathan Drake, a treasure hunter, and bartender who is a descendant of Sir Francis Drake, the famous explorer.
10. Arvin Eugene Russell – The Devil All The Time
Source: The Devil All The Time
Tom portrays Arvin Russell, a young man raised by a traumatized World War II veteran in a backwoods town full of corrupt characters. The Devil All the Time shows Arvin’s struggle to protect himself and the people he loves amidst the postwar decadence.