Thomas Doherty Talks Tap Dancing & ‘La La Land’ in an Exclusive Q&A

Thomas Doherty Talks Tap Dancing & ‘La La Land’ in an Exclusive Q&A
Disney Channel/Bob D’Amico

You know Thomas Doherty for his unforgettable role of Harry Hook in “Descendants 2”– and for being his co-star Dove Cameron’s main squeeze- and now you can get to know him a little more!

Check out an exclusive Q&A with the Disney Channel star and peep some brand new photos below!

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TigerBeat: What snack could you not live without?
Thomas: Popcorn. Sweet and salted. All day. Everyday.

TigerBeat: What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to try, learn or do?
Thomas: I’ve always wanted to speak Italian. It’s such a beautiful and romantic language. But I’m terrible at learning another language, so I’ll say skydive.

TigerBeat: What’s your weirdest habit?
Thomas: I always tap dance at a bus stop or on the underground/ subway.

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TigerBeat: Are you a gamer? What’s your favorite game ever?
Thomas: I do love gaming – I’d probably say FIFA or COD. Hard to choose!

TigerBeat: What’s one word you totally overuse?
Thomast: It’s not a word, but a lot of people from Scotland say “em” before or after a sentence, or to just fill a silence. It’s actually quite useful when you want to buy yourself a bit more time to think haha!

TigerBeat: What movie have you seen the most times?
Thomas: I went to go see “La La Land” seven times at the cinema. And I’m not even ashamed to say it. Because it’s phenomenal.

Disney Channel/Bob D’Amico

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