Armie Hammer Net Worth

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Armie Hammer Net Worth:
$16 Million

Armie Hammer net worth: Armie Hammer is an American actor who has a net worth of $16 million. Armie Hammer first became widely famous after portraying the identical Wiklevoss twins in David Fincher's movie The Social Network. Hammer was born August 28, 1986 in Los Angeles, California. Armie's paternal great-grandfather was oil tycoon Armand Hammer, who ran Occidental Petroleum from 1957 – 1990. At the time of his death, Armand Hammer was worth approximately $800 million.

One of Armie Hammer's earliest acting roles was on the cult hit FOX sitcom Arrested Development, on which he played the role of "student #2" in one episode. Before bouncing around various other television shows such as Veronica Mars and Desperate Housewives, Hammer got his big break in the role of famous televangelist Billy Graham in the TV movie Billy: The Early Years. The film has received loads of acclaim from various Christian sources, but did not garner much attention in the secular world. Still, Hammer had a lead role under his belt, which he parlayed into a role in The Social Network starring Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield. His performance, in which with a little CGI assistance he plays two twin roles, was widely praised. Hammer has since gone on to appear in movies such as . J. Edgar, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Mirror Mirror and The Lone Ranger.

Armie Hammer Net Worth

Armie Hammer

Net Worth:$16 Million
Date of Birth:Aug 28, 1986 (33 years old)
Height:6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Nationality:United States of America
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