Date of Birth: August 28, 1986
Conceived in Los Angeles, Armand Douglas Hammer experienced childhood in Dallas, Los Angeles and the Cayman Islands, where he was an understudy at Grace Christian Academy, a school his dad established.
Back in California, he went to Pasadena City College and the University of California, yet dropped out to seek after a vocation in acting. In 2005, at 19 years old, Armie handled his first visitor part on TV in the arrangement Arrested Development, trailed by visitor appearances on Veronica Mars and Desperate Housewives.
His film make a big appearance was playing an anonymous understudy in Flicka (2006), yet he started to get saw when he was thrown ahead of the pack part of Billy Graham in the outside the box film Billy: The Early Years, which got a constrained discharge in the United States.
In 2009, Armie assumed repeating parts on two CW hit arrangement: Gossip Girl and Reaper. The next year, he made it to the major groups assuming a twofold part as the Winklevoss twins in the widely praised real movie The Social Network, for which he won Best Supporting Actor from the Toronto Film Critics Association Awards and additionally a few troupe grants with whatever is left of the cast.
From that point forward his profession has taken off higher than ever, playing Clyde Tolson in J. Edgar, coordinated by Clint Eastwood and featuring Leonardo DiCaprio; and Prince Andrew Alcott in the Mirror (2012) inverse Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen and Lily Collins as Snow White. He as of late procured his greatest part to date as the title part in The Lone Ranger, co-featuring with Johnny Depp who plays Tonto. All the more as of late, he featured in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) close by Henry Cavill, Nocturnal Animals (2016) featuring Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams, the reboot of the dubious 1915 film Birth of a Nation (2016), the wrongdoing dramatization Free Fire (2017) with Brie Larson, the spine chiller Mine (2017), and the enlivened flick Cars 3 (2017).
Armie wedded TV character Elizabeth Chambers in 2010.