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Famous People with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia & Other Learning Differences

Spiderman franchise since age 19, Tom Holland made his superhero debut in Captain America: Civil War and has appeared in blockbusters including The Impossible, Uncharted, and the animated film Spies in Disguise alongside Will Smith. The English actor appeared in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list and has won accolades including a British Academy Film Award, three Saturn Awards, and a Guinness World Record.Following his dyslexia diagnosis at age 7, Holland enrolled in a private school. But, even today, he’s the target of criticism for spelling and grammar mistakes on social media, where he has 7.4 million Twitter followers.When asked how he perseveres and learns the skills to succeed in his career, Holland said he utilizes patience and preparation.“It’s just about taking your time… giving yourself an appropriate amount of time to do the things you need to do,” Holland told 11-year-old YouTuber Jazlyn Guerra in 2021.

“The better prepared you are for anything, the more you’ll be able to do and accomplish things that are fantastic.”Photo by Gage SkidmoreKnown far and wide for her role as Rachel in the television show Friends, Aniston started acting at a young age and has earned practically every award imaginable, including a Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe.Aniston opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about her dyslexia — a diagnosis she received in her 20s after seeking out a prescription for glasses.“I had to read a paragraph, and they gave me a quiz, gave me 10 questions based on what I’d just read, and I think I got three right,” Aniston said. “Then they put a computer on my eyes, showing where my eyes went when I read.

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