Acting Career: Tom Holland's credits, including "The Impossible" and "Cherry," and any honors or critical praise.  

Tom Holland's acting career has been marked by a series of impressive performances across a diverse range of genres, earning him critical acclaim and industry recognition.  

One of his earliest breakthrough roles came in the 2012 disaster drama "The Impossible," where he portrayed Lucas Bennett, the eldest son of a family caught in the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.  

Holland's performance in the film was widely praised for its emotional depth and maturity, earning him several award nominations and establishing him as a talent to watch in the industry.

Following his success in "The Impossible," Holland continued to impress audiences and critics alike with his nuanced performances in both film and television.  

However, it was his portrayal of Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that catapulted him to global superstardom. Holland's interpretation of the iconic superhero was hailed as fresh, relatable, and true to the character's comic book roots, earning him legions of fans around the world. 

In recent years, Holland has expanded his repertoire with a series of challenging and diverse roles. One such role is in the upcoming crime drama "Cherry," directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. 

In this film, Holland takes on the complex character of a former Army medic struggling with PTSD and addiction, showcasing his range as an actor and earning early critical praise for his performance. 

Throughout his career, Holland has garnered numerous accolades and honors for his work on screen. In addition to award nominations for "The Impossible," he has received praise for his performances in films such as "Spider-Man: