Armie Hammer is a well-known actor. He is also famous for being the son of Michael Armand Hammer, a businessman and a great-grandson of Armand Hammer, an oil tycoon, and Baroness Olga von Root, the singer. Armie began his acting career with guest appearances in TV series. His first leading role was as Billy Graham in the film Billy: The Early Years (2008). Later, Armie gained worldwide fame for his portrayal of the twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss in the biographical drama film The Social Network (2010) by David Fincher (Love Death and Robots), which earned him the Best Supporting Actor in the Toronto Film Critics Association Award.
In his career, Armie received nominations, including the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor and the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male.
Armie Hammer Early Life:
|Full Real Name||Armand Douglas Hammer|
|Date Of Birth||August 28th, 1986|
|Age||36 years old|
|Year Of Birth||1986|
|Current Residence||Cayman Islands|
Armand Douglas Hammer came into this world on 28th August 1986 in Santa Monica, California. His nationality is American, and he has Russian Jewish ancestry, including English, German, and Scots-Irish roots.
Armie lived in the Dallas neighborhood of Highland Park until he was seven as his family moved to the Cayman Islands, and for five years, they lived there and later relocated to Los Angeles.
In 2022, Variety reported that Armie lived near Chambers and his children in the Cayman Islands.
Armie Hammer Family Background:
|Father||Michael Armand Hammer|
|Mother||Dru Ann (née Mobley)|
Armie’s mother is Dru Ann (née Mobley), and his father is Michael Armand Hammer. Dru is a former bank loan officer, and Michael owns several renowned businesses, including Knoedler Publishing and Armand Hammer Productions (a film/television production company). Armie has a younger brother named Viktor.
Armie Hammer Education:
|Highest Qualification||School degree|
|High School||Los Angeles Baptist High School|
Armie attended Faulkner’s Academy in Governor’s Harbour (Cayman Islands), then enrolled at Grace Christian Academy (West Bay, Grand Cayman). Later Armie attended Los Angeles Baptist High School in the San Fernando Valley.
Further, in eleventh grade, he dropped out of high school to pursue an acting career. Afterward, he took college courses at UCLA. Initially, Armie’s parents disagreed when he decided to leave school and take up acting, but later they became supportive and felt proud of his work.
Armie Hammer Physical stats:
|Weight In Kg||90 Kg|
|Height In Feet||6 feet 5 inches|
|Eye Color||Hazel blue|
Armie stands 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs around 90 Kg. He has silky brownish hair and blue-colored beautiful eyes. Further, his sexuality is straight, and his distinctive features include his height, complexion, muscled body, and athletic build.
Armie Hammer Birth Signs:
|Birth Sign Duality||Passive|
|Birth Sign Modality||Mutable|
Armie was born on Thursday; as of 2022, he is 36. His sun and star sign is Virgo; his birth flower is Gladiolus, and his birth sign duality is Passive. Armie’s birth sign modality and element are Mutable Earth, and his opposite sign is Pisces.
Armie Hammer Net worth:
|Net Worth||$25 million|
Armie’s estimated net worth is $25 million. The family inherited the family business empire after the death of Armie’s great-grandfather, whose estimated worth is more than $180 million.
In 2019, Armie bought a new home for a 6,275 square-foot in LA’s Hancock Park neighborhood. Further, in September 2020, he finally put the 7-bedroom mansion on the market for $5.8 million and accepted $4.7 million, his exact purchase price, in March 2021.
Armie Hammer Relationship Status:
|Spouse Name||Elizabeth Chambers|
|Sons||Ford Armand Douglas Hammer|
|Daughters||Harper Grace Hammer|
|No Of Children||2|
In May 2010, Armie married Elizabeth Chambers ( television personality). The couple has two children. A daughter was born on 1st December 2014, and a son was born on 15th January 2017. Further, on 10th July 2020, they announced their separation via Instagram.
SNL Host Miles Teller roasts Adam Levine and Armie Hammer’s Cheating scandals
“Saturday Night Live” during the Season 48 premiere on 1st October, Saturday; several celebrities competed in the game “Send Something Normal,” including Kenan Thompson as Neil deGrasse Tyson, James Austin Johnson as Armie Hammer, Mikey Day as Adam Levine, and Bowen Yang as himself. The host of the episode was Halen Hardy.
Halen explained the game to all the contents where the four male celebrities normally have to reply to a woman’s DM on Instagram. And the contestants who send a normal DM and get a normal reply for the DM to get the opportunity to win $100 million.
When introducing each contestant, the host highlighted the contents of recent rumors, so did Armie’s introduction included the actor’s accusations of rape and emotional abuse in 2021.
Armie as Johnson was given the task to respond to a message that read, “Hey Armie, hope you’re doing okay.” “Alright, look, I know there’s been a lot of talk about me in the press, but I’ve done a lot of work on myself, and I’ve changed. So I have my message,” He replied, “‘I want to break open your bones and suck out the marrow.'”
Armie Hammer Career:
Armie began his acting career by participating in television series and various minor roles, and he managed to stand out and get more memorable roles. In 2005 Armie got his first role in the American television series Arrested Development, where he played a young student role. This series was created by Mitchell Hurwitz and starred Michael Cera, Jason Bateman, and Portia de Rossi. The following year Armie joined the cast of Veronica Mars; the series revolves around the investigations of private detective Veronica Mars. Armie played the role of Kurt Fenstermacher, an American football player whose playbook had been stolen. That same year he also debuted in the cinema with the movie Flicka (2006), this starring Tim McGraw, Alison Lohman, and Maria Bello and directed by Michael Mayer.
In 2007, Armie played a role in the Desperate Housewives series (Desperate Women); further, he was signed to star in the film Blackout (2008), a thriller directed by Rigoberto Castañeda. The film also starred Amber Tamblyn and Aidan Gillen; the movie revolves around three strangers trapped in an elevator. That same year he starred in Billy: The Early Years (2008), a film about the life of evangelical preacher Billy Graham. Later, Armie was part of the comedy Spring Breakdown (2008) cast, starring Parker Posey, Amy Poehler, and Rachel Dratch. The following year he played Gabriel Edwards in a series titled Gossip Girl and later as Morgan in another series titled the Reaper. Armie later appeared as Harrison Bergeron in the science fiction film 2081 (2009).
In 2010, Armie acted in The Social Network film; this film is about Facebook and shows the period when Mark Zuckerberg and a group of friends created the first version of Facebook. Later, he acted in J. Edgar (2011), a biographical movie about J. Edgar Hoover, and later, he starred in the comedy Mirror Mirror (2012). This film presented a new version of the classic Snow White and Armie shared set with Lyly Collins and Julia Roberts. Further, he played The Lone Ranger (2013), a film starring Johnny Depp, and after a gap of two years, he played the role of Henry Cavill in the spy comedy Operation UNCLE (2015).
Further, Armie starred in Mine (2016), a survival film, and also participated in The birth of a nation (2016), a film about slavery before the outbreak of the Civil War. The same year, he acted alongside Amy Adams in Night Animals (2016). Later, in 2017, he played James Lord renowned writer, in the film Final Portrait – The Art of Friendship (2017), and shortly after that starred in the movie Call Me By Your Name (2017), a film based on the homonymous novel by André Aciman. The film achieved different awards, including the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay and the Gotham Award for Best Film.
In 2018, the film based on sex (2018) was released, a movie in which Armie shared a set with Felicity Jones. Later the same year, he worked on Sorry to Bother You (2018) and based on sex (2018). In 2019, Armie starred in the horror film Wounds (2019). Later, in 2020, he starred as Maxim de Winter, directed by Ben Wheatley. And in 2021, he appeared in the drama-thriller Crisis, along with Gary Oldman and Evangeline Lilly. In 2022, Armie has also been cast in an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile and is directed by Kenneth Branagh.
In 2021, Armie dropped from many acting productions in development due to sexual and emotional abuse allegations, including a sexual assault investigation. This list included the romantic comedy Shotgun Wedding, and Broadway plays The Minutes, a thriller based on The Billion Dollar Spy book by David E. Hoffman, and the Paramount Plus series The Offer.
Sexual abuse and other allegations:
In 2021, Armie was accused by several women of a list of bizarre acts. An unknown Instagram account showed screenshots of messages he supposedly sent in which he described cannibalism fantasies and rape. The news reportedly was sent between 2016 and 2020 when he married Elizabeth.
Later, he denied the allegations, and Armie dropped out of two films and two series. As a client, his agency WME also dropped him.
Armie Hammer Social Appearance:
Armie is active only on Instagram and Twitter, with around 1.3M and 336K followers, respectively. His Instagram profile is locked as a private account.