The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) made Tom Holland famous for playing Peter Parker/Spider-Man.  

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) catapulted Tom Holland into international stardom with his portrayal of Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man.  

As one of the youngest actors to take on the iconic role, Holland breathed new life into the beloved superhero, capturing the hearts of fans around the world with his infectious charm, wit, and undeniable talent. 

Holland's journey to becoming Spider-Man began with his audition for the role in "Captain America: Civil War."  

His audition tape, which showcased his agility, charisma, and youthful energy, impressed the casting directors and ultimately landed him the part. From that moment on, Holland's life would never be the same.

Making his debut appearance as Spider-Man in "Captain America: Civil War," Holland immediately won over audiences with his portrayal of the web-slinging hero. 

His performance was praised for its authenticity and relatability, as he effortlessly captured the essence of Peter Parker—a teenage superhero struggling to balance the challenges of adolescence with the responsibilities of being a crime-fighter. 

Holland's portrayal of Spider-Man continued to evolve and resonate with audiences in subsequent MCU films, including "Spider-Man: Homecoming," "Spider-Man: Far From Home," and various ensemble Avengers films. 

His chemistry with co-stars, particularly Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man, added depth and emotional resonance to the character's journey.