Tom Holland revealed his desire to quit his acting career to focus on his private life. The English actor is currently playing “Spider-Man: No Return” in the title role and will soon appear in a Fred Astaire biopic, but the actor does not intend to tackle any new projects after that.
He told People magazine, “I’ve spent the past six years focusing on my career. I want to take a break and start a family. I want to know what I want to do is out of this world.”
The actor, who is currently in a relationship with Zendaya, also said that he would have liked to be a teacher if he didn’t start out in cinema.
He continued, “I love children.” “I can and will wait, but I can’t wait to be a father!” Whenever I’m at a wedding or party, I’m always at the kids’ table. I’ve always liked my dad. I think I got that from him. So I guess I’m going to be an elementary school teacher or something.”
Early next year, Tom will also star in “Uncharted,” the movie adaptation of the video game of the same name.
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