He Recently portrayed an army veteran suffering from PTSD in ‘Cherry’
Tom Holland will star in the first season of Apple’s upcoming anthology series on mental illness, Crowded room.
Holland is to portray Billy Milligan, the first person to be acquitted of a crime in the first season of the first episode of 10 episodes due to Multiple Personality Disorder (now known as Dissociative Identity Disorder). The story is based on the 1981 biography of Daniel Keys Mind of billy milligan.
Hollywood reporter Writes that the anthology, written by Akiva Goldsman, “will explore the true and inspiring stories of those who successfully battled and learned mental illness”.
Holland recently played an army veteran suffering from PTSD in Apple’s Russo brothers film Cherry. He Reminded him of his role as Peter Parker in the next Spider-Man: No Way Home And is Unsolved Set for 2022.
Crowded room Is a co-production between Apple’s in-house studio and New Regency. Goldsmith (a beautiful Mind, Star Trek: Picard) The executive will produce through its weed street production banner. Holland will also produce for AMJAG Productions and New Regency’s Arnone Milchan, Yariv Milchan and Michael Shaffer along with Alexandra Milchan.
No release date has been revealed for the anthology.
In a four-star review of Cherry, NME ‘Richard Fippen wrote: “In Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Away From Home), Whose performance in a decisive role as a veteran of the Broken War, is one of those to come together once in a generation, Cherry Claims an All-Star lead.
“His ability to express a relentless sorrow is astounding, especially from an actor whose big-screen work is still mostly considered a lazy polemic opposite of a depressed and despicable young man.”