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Andrew Garfield returns home to New York City after promoting his film ‘Tick, tick… BOOM.’

Andrew Garfield returns home to New York City after promoting his film Tick, tick…BOOM in the UK










Andrew Garfield has returned to New York City after a tumultuous trip to the UK to film his new film, Tick, tick… BOOM!

The 38-year-old actor appeared on The Graham Norton Show and at a special screening of the Netflix film in London last week.

The Spider-Man: No Way Home star was spotted Monday pushing his luggage through the terminal at JFK Airport in New York City.

Back home: After a tumultuous trip to the UK, Andrew Garfield has returned to New York City to film his new film, Tick, Tick… BOOM!

Garfield was seen walking through the terminal pushing a cart with three large suitcases on it.

He wore a tan baseball cap and a black face mask that covered his mouth and nose as he walked through the terminal.

The actor wore a gray shirt under a green coat for his trip home, along with black pants and white sneakers.

Journey home: Garfield was seen walking through the terminal pushing a cart with three large suitcases on it

Journey home: Garfield was seen walking through the terminal pushing a cart with three large suitcases on it

Garfield was born in Los Angeles to an American father and British mother. When he was three years old, the family moved to Great Britain, where he grew up.

Shortly before filming Tick, tick…BOOM, his mother Lynn died of pancreatic cancer in late 2019 and the actor spoke about his loss in a recent interview with Channel 4.

“It’s very, very difficult, I think with a loss like that, the world is being rearranged and I’m saying I know I’m not unique in this experience,” Garfield said.

Parents: Just before filming Tick, Tick... BOOM, his mother Lynn died of pancreatic cancer in late 2019 and the actor spoke about his loss in a recent interview with Channel 4

Parents: Just before filming Tick, Tick… BOOM, his mother Lynn died of pancreatic cancer in late 2019 and the actor spoke about his loss in a recent interview with Channel 4

“It’s so weird because it feels very unique when it happens, when it feels like oh my god I’m the only person who’s ever lost their mother because it feels so lonely and precise,” added he added.

“It feels like precise torment and for a while I didn’t want it and there was nothing I could do,” Garfield continued.

“I was kind of drunk and the world didn’t make sense and it still doesn’t because I miss her a lot and I hope it never makes sense because I always want to miss her,” he added.

Unique:

Unique: “It’s so weird because it feels very unique when it happens, when it feels oh my god I’m the only person who’s ever lost their mother because it feels so lonely and precise” , he added

Garfield directs an impressive cast in FX in Hulu’s Under the Banner of Heaven, based on Jon Krakauer’s bestselling novel of the same name.

Garfield plays a “devout detective” whose faith is tested when he investigates a brutal murder that appears to be connected to “a respected Utah family’s spiraling into LDS fundamentalism and distrust of government.” .

The actor stars alongside Daisy Edgar-Jones, Sam Worthington, Rory Culkin, Seth Numrich, Wyatt Russell and Adelaide Clemens.

Cast: Garfield leads an impressive cast in FX in Hulu's Under the Banner of Heaven, based on Jon Krakauer's bestselling novel of the same name

Cast: Garfield leads an impressive cast in FX in Hulu’s Under the Banner of Heaven, based on Jon Krakauer’s bestselling novel of the same name

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