Tom Holland calls himself the "luckiest kid alive" to play Spider-Man in "Spider-Man 4."

Spider-Man, played by Tom Holland, in 2021. Matt Kennedy's phone number is listed as "© Sony Pictures Releasing; Marvel Entertainment; Courtesy Everett Collection."

In the 2021 film "No Way Home," Tom Holland plays Spider-Man (Photo by Matt Kennedy/Sony Pictures/Marvel Entertainment/Courtesy Everett Collection).

From his stage debut in the musical Billy Elliot to his acting debut in the disaster film The Impossible

From an emaciated turn in In the Heart of the Sea to his stint as a PTSD- and drug-addicted veteran in Cherry,

Tom Holland has consistently displayed his versatility over the course of his short but fruitful career.

Although Holland, now 27, is still best recognized for his role as Peter Parker in the Marvel films Spider-Man

The Avengers, he has no desire to allow his well-known alter ego prevent him from pursuing possibilities to broaden his filmography.

Holland tells us while promoting his most recent film, the twisting Apple TV+ dramatic thriller series The Crowded Room, in which he plays Danny Sullivan,