Armie Hammer Net Worth, Age, Height, Biography & More

Armie Hammer Biography & Wiki

Armie Hammer was born Armand Douglas Hammer in Santa Monica, California, on August 28, 1986. His mother, Dru Ann, worked as a bank loan officer, while his father, Michael, owns Armand Hammer Productions, Knoedler Publishing, and a number of other companies. The family (which includes Armie’s younger brother, Viktor) lived in Dallas for a short time before relocating to the Cayman Islands when Armie was seven years old. Before returning to Los Angeles, they stayed for five years.

Since 2005, Hammer has been working as an actor. He got his start on TV sitcoms including Arrested Development, Veronica Mars, and Desperate Housewives, where he had minor roles.

Gabriel Edwards on Gossip Girl was his first role that spanned numerous episodes. Gabriel eventually falls in love with Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively).

In the Oscar-winning film The Social Network, Hammer played the Winklevoss twins. Although he only played one of the twins, his visage was overlaid in post-production on that of another actor named Josh Pence.

Armie Hammer Net Worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Hammer has a net worth of $16 million. Given his family’s wealth, however, there’s a decent probability it’s higher.

According to Forbes, he is the great-grandson of oil mogul Armand Hammer. He was the chairman of Occidental Petroleum Corp and had a $180 million net worth. In 1990, Armand Hammer passed away. Julian Armand Hammer, one of his sons, died in 1996. Michael Armand Hammer, the actor’s father, is Julian’s son.

Armie Hammer rose to prominence after starring in David Fincher’s film The Social Network as the identical Wiklevoss twins (2010). Armie’s first acting role was as Student #2 on an episode of the Emmy-winning FOX sitcom “Arrested Development,” and he later appeared in guest roles on “Veronica Mars” (2006) and “Desperate Housewives” (2007) before getting the role of televangelist Billy Graham in 2008’s “Billy: The Early Years.”

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