Tom Holland and His Rise to Fame

His Father Experienced a Momager Moment

Many actors and singers, particularly those who begin their careers at a young age, have one of their parents work as their manager. This leads to terrible fights and strained relationships in many families. The phenomenon was given the derogatory moniker “Momager.” The Hollands were not spared the momager moment. When Tom first began performing, his father, who was well-versed in the profession, functioned as his manager. Fortunately, it does not appear to have had a negative impact on their relationship.

His father regards him as a competitor

Envy and jealousy between parents and children have existed since the beginning of time. Take a look at Greek mythology if you don’t want to take our word for it. While most of us attempt to keep our green-eyed monster hidden, Tom’s father let his out in a Daily Mail editorial titled “I’m So Envious of My Son, the Movie Star!” In it, he reveals that he tried for most of his life to become a household name, but it was his son who made the Holland family famous. Ouch.

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