Actor Tom Holland, aka Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, has lent his fame and his face to charity. On Good Morning Britain, Holland visited with James Dunn, who suffers from a rare condition called epidermolysis bullosa. Dunn, whose passion is photography, took a picture of Holland that will be auctioned off — in a limited release of the photos — to help fund a cure for his illness.
Holland said, “I’m lucky I get to travel the world and meet some of the most prolific photographers in the world, and I think this is one of my favorite pictures, James.”
Dunn remarked, “I was just honored to be given the chance to take a picture with Tom. I’ve only just started off as a photographer and I’m already taking pictures of celebrities and A-listers.”
Sometimes, for those in need of support, it doesn’t hurt to get a visit from your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
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