The 32-year-old star said he started from a humble background but things changed after starring in the 2012 blockbuster, reported Female First.
The British actor said he struggles to find a balance when it comes to his life and the fame that comes as an actor. He says he wants to make a difference in the world though it may sound cheesy.
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“I started out at drama school, struggled, worked a bunch of odd jobs, waited on tables… Starving in the best way. The work was this alchemical gold thing that I was searching for and longing for. And then, something shifted with ‘Spider-Man’.
“It was a character that I wanted to play my whole life and not one part of me was indifferent… But I got incredibly uncomfortable with the attention that just came with that job. It was nothing to do with me, it was to do with this idea of celebrity, ” he said.
“It’s like, ‘Oh, my life is now great!’ But in fact, I’m still in my own ways, insecure, and scared, and don’t really know who I am.
“I struggle with this question every day. Who am I? Do I have anything to say?”