Biography of Andrew GarfieldAndrew Garfield is a famous American actor who has become known throughout the world for his role of the Spider-Man in the film of the same name directed by Marc Webb (2012). The BAFTA winner (2008) for the role in the picture Boy A and the Golden Globe Award Nominee (2017) for the role of Desmond Doss in the film Hacksaw Ridge directed by Mel Gibson.
Childhood and Teenage YearsAndrew was born into a family of an English woman and an American man of Jewish origin in sunny California. His father's family was from Eastern Europe, and it was his family who has changed the last name of Garfinkel to Garfield. When he turned 3, the family moved to Epsom located in Surrey county, Great Britain.
Later, he entered the Central School of Speech and Drama in London that he successfully graduated in 2004. It was the start of professional theater career of the gifted young man. Critics highly accepted his first roles in plays and in 2005, he received the award for Phenomenal Beginner.
About then, Andrew made his debut on television in the comedy TV show Sugar Rush that won the Emmy Award and became the great start for his acting career.