ANDREW GARFIELD (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) reprises the title
role following his critically acclaimed performance in Marc Webb's The Amazing
Spider-Man. Garfield is a BAFTA-winner, a 2011 Golden Globe nominee for his
work in The Social Network, and was a 2012 Tony Award nominee for his role in
the revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, in 2012.
In 2010, Garfield starred opposite Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan in Mark
Romanek's Never Let Me Go. Other screen projects include Terry Gilliam's The
Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus; Spike Jonze's robot love story I'm Here; Robert
Redford's Lions For Lambs; Revolution Films' Red Riding Trilogy - 1974, directed
by Julian Jarrold; and John Crowley's Boy A, for which he earned the Best Actor
BAFTA in 2008.
Garfield's career began in theatre and in 2006 his performances in "Beautiful
Thing" (Sound Space/Kit Productions), "The Overwhelming" and "Burn, Chatroom,
and Citizenship" (Royal National Theatre) won him the award for Outstanding
Newcomer at the Evening Standard Awards, and the Jack Tinker Award for Most
Promising Newcomer at the Critics Circle Awards. Other notable theatre credits
include "Romeo and Juliet" (Manchester Royal Exchange) and "Kes" (Manchester
Royal Exchange), for which he received the Most Promising Newcomer Award at the
Manchester Evening News Awards 2004.
In late 2013, Garfield started work on 99 Homes, opposite Michael Shannon,
directed by Ramin Bahrani.