British actor Andrew Garfield says he got involved with acting as a child, thanks to his father.
"Spider-Man" star has revealed his love for acting dates back to his
school days, when his dad would use a bulky video camera to make films
featuring Garfield and his elder brother, reports contactmusic.com.
"My dad had this awesome old Vhs on-the-shoulder camera that he was
very proud of. We made a boxing movie once, which was really good fun.
Dad was a good director, actually, very nurturing and good to his
actors. The films usually ended up with me crying, though, because my
brother accidentally on purpose hit me too hard," he told The Observer