Armie Hammer Net Worth 2022
According To Uswhispers Armie Hammer Net Worth$10 Million After playing the identical Wiklevoss twins in David Fincher's film The Social Network, Armie Hammer initially gained widespread recognition (2010). Before obtaining the role of televangelist Billy Graham in the 2008 film "Billy: The Early Years,"
Armie had his first acting role as Student #2 on an episode of the Emmy-winning FOX sitcom "Arrested Development." He also had guest roles on "Veronica Mars" (2006) and "Desperate Housewives" (2007).
Armie Hammer Early Life
On August 28, 1986, in Santa Monica, California, Armand Douglas Hammer was given the name Armie Hammer. His father, Michael, is the owner of Armand Hammer Productions, Knoedler Publishing, and several other companies, while his mother, Dru Ann, was a loan officer for a bank. When Armie was 7 years old, the family—which also includes Armie's younger brother, Viktor—moved to the Cayman Islands after a brief stay in Dallas
Armie Hammer Net Worth
Texas. Before leaving for Los Angeles again, they stayed for five years. Hammer attended Los Angeles Baptist High School and the Cayman Islands' Faulkner's Academy and Grace Christian Academy (which his father founded), but left in his junior year to concentrate on his acting career.
Armie made his big-screen debut in "Flicka" in 2006. The following year, "Justice League: Mortal" director George Miller cast him as Batman/Bruce Wayne, but the project was cancelled. Hammer had appearances in "Blackout" and "Billy: The Early Years" in 2008, the latter of which garnered him the title role and a Grace Award nomination for Most Inspiring Performance in a Motion Picture or Television. In 2009, Hammer had appearances in the comedies "Spring Breakdown" with Amy Poehler and Rachel Dratch as well as "Reaper" and "Gossip Girl" on The CW.
He portrayed identical twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss in the 2010 movie "The Social Network," which was about the founding of Facebook. The movie garnered $224.9 million at the box office, was nominated for Best Motion Picture of the Year at the Oscars, and took home more than 170 accolades.