Douglas Hammer is the American actor that plays the role of Armand. Son of entrepreneur Michael Armand Hammer and great-grandson of oil billionaire Armand Hammer, he made his acting debut as a guest star on multiple television series.
As a result of numerous assault allegations against him in the past year, Armie lost favour. His agency, WME, dropped him, causing him to lose roles in movies such as “The Offer” and “Jennifer Lopez’s Shotgun Wedding.”
Armand Douglas Hammer was born on August 28, 1986 in Santa Monica, California under the name Armie Hammer. In addition to Armand Hammer Productions and Knoedler Publishing, his father Michael controls multiple other businesses, and his mother, Dru Ann, worked as a bank loan manager.
The family, including Armie’s younger brother Viktor, relocated to the Cayman Islands when Armie was seven years old. Prior to returning to Los Angeles, they remained for five years.
Hammer attended Faulkner’s Academy, Los Angeles Baptist High School, and Grace Christian Academy in the Cayman Islands. However, he quit school in his junior year to focus on his acting career (though he did attend UCLA and Pasadena City College at his parents’ encouragement). Hammer attended Grace Christian Academy, which was created by Hammer’s father.
After he stopped attending school, Armie’s parents first disapproved of him; nonetheless, he claims that they eventually came to support his vocation.
Hammer was linked to Olga Vadimovna Vadina, an actress and singer.
Salary and Net Worth for Armie Hammer
The estimated amount of Armie Hammer’s net worth is $100,000. David Fincher’s The Social Network, in which Armie Hammer portrayed the identical Winklevoss twins, was the film that made him famous (2010).
Armie’s first role was as Student #2 in an episode of the Emmy-winning FOX sitcom “Arrested Development.” He subsequently appeared as a guest star on “Veronica Mars” (2006) and “Desperate Housewives” (2007) before landing the role of televangelist Billy Graham in the 2008 film “Billy: The Early Years.”
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There are rumours that an actor is selling timeshares in the Cayman Islands.
A few days ago, a tweet featuring Armie’s image as the Morritt’s Resort concierge on a pamphlet went viral.
The now-deleted remark from the Twitter user purportedly claimed, “My friend’s parents were on vacation in the Cayman Islands, and Armie Hammer was their concierge.”
The hotel, which later rejected the charges, and its employees, who spoke anonymously for this article, told Variety that the poster was only a practical joke conducted by the resort’s personnel, with whom the actor was acquainted.
Later, photographs captured by Armie at Morritt’s Resort in the Cayman Islands were published online. A snapshot depicts him entering the headquarters of the resort.
Following this, TMZ published photographs with the assertion that Armie is a “timeshare marketer,” as well as evidence to corroborate the accusation.
A source has reportedly confirmed that Armie is marketing timeshares for Morritt’s, as reported by Variety.
“He is a timeshare salesperson at the resort.”
According to the source, he is currently sat in a cubicle. The truth is that he is completely destitute and is seeking employment in order to pay his family’s expenditures.
Armie’s Attorney Responds to the Rumors Andrew Brettler, Armie’s attorney, stated that he was unable to confirm or deny the allegation because Armie had not addressed it when Entertainment Weekly contacted him on July 13.
I find it absurd that the media makes fun of him for having a “normal job” when he is hawking timeshares. Why is this taking place?
Brettler reportedly told Variety that the flier was “fake” when the publication initially reached out to him for comment.
Two years after their initial meeting, in 2008, Armie began dating television personality Elizabeth Chambers. They got married on May 22, 2010, and Harper and Ford were born on December 1, 2014, and January 15, 2017, respectively. Hammer and Chambers created a Bird Bakery location in San Antonio, Texas, in 2012, followed by a second location in Dallas the following year.
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Armie said in an August Instagram post that he had been living with his friend Ashton Ramsey for the previous two months and had been working in construction with Ramsey throughout the Coronavirus outbreak since the couple announced their divorce in July 2020.
Additional sexual abuse allegations
In 2021, Armie was accused with a broad list of bizarre offences involving multiple women. One woman said that Armie had carved a “A” into his pelvis and jokingly advised that he get a rib removed so he could eat it.
Messages allegedly sent by Armie with details of rape and cannibalism urges were allegedly displayed in screenshots on an unknown Instagram account. Texts purportedly sent during his marriage to Elizabeth Chambers between 2016 and 2020.
After denying the allegations, Armie subsequently withdrew from two films and two television series. His agency, WME, allegedly no longer represented him. Eventually, he also lost his publicist. There are claims that he reshot scenes for multiple films that he had already filmed.