Andrew Russell Garfield (born 20 August 1983) is an actor, of dual American and British citizenship. "Q: You were born in California but moved to Britain at the age of three. How American do you feel? AndrewGarfield: ... I feel equally at home in both places. I don't feel any more or less either one, but enjoy having a varied cultural existence." AndrewGarfield: I have two nationalities, so I can be either here or there, so it doesn’t really matter. I’m ok with being kind of slightly nomadic. Born in Los Angeles, and raised in Surrey, he became interested in acting at the age of sixteen. Garfield began his career in British television, appearing in the teen drama Sugar Rush in 2005, and gained further exposure appearing in the BBC's Doctor Who in 2007. His early film roles include Lions for Lambs, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, and the Channel 4 drama Boy A, which garnered him the 2008 BAFTA Television Award for Best Actor.