Elizabeth Chambers Hammer is a journalist, tastemaker, accomplished culinary entrepreneur. She is the founder and owner of the award-winning bakery with locations in Dallas, TX and San Antonio. The American model was featured in Esquire, Glamour, Form and Lifetime. She has made appearances on TV and in films as well. For the Food Network show Cupcake Battles, she became a judge in 2016.
Elizabeth Chambers Bio
Elizabeth was born in San Antonio, Texas, on August 18th, 1982. She is 38 years old. She has American citizenship. White Caucasian is her ethnicity and her zodiac signs are Leo. She is of British descent. Her father worked as a sales manager, while Judy, her mother, was a housewife. Elizabeth became involved in cooking and selling cookies at a young age. Her father always encouraged and taught her everything about sales. She was also a Girl Scout and, when she was in her second grade, she held the Colorado state record for selling the most Girl Scout cookies with the help of her father. She considers her father to be a role model. Maureen Carnathan, Chamber’s maternal grandfather, was raised in India. Along with her studies, Chambers continued her passion for cooking food. She attended University of Texas at Austin and studied journalism.
|Full name||Elizabeth Chambers Hammer|
|Date of birth||August 18, 1982|
|Age||38 years old|
|Birth Place||San Antonio, Texas|
|Social Media||Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter|
|Net Worth||Approximately $10 million|
Elizabeth Chambers Career
In 1998, Chambers’ first job was as a correspondent at Al Gore’s TV network, Current TV. She was also Entertainment Tonight’s news correspondent. She worked for E! news Now and Access Hollywood. She acted in the movie, The Game Plan, and in the television shows Criminal Minds, 2 Broke Girls, and Shark. Chambers received recognition for two episodes from 2005-2006 after she made her appearance in the American Police procedural crime drama television series “Criminal Minds”. She also appeared as a guest on television series such as “The Shark” and “2 broke Girls”. After founding her family bakery, Bird’s Bakery, in San Antonio, she got her career breakthrough in 2012. Later, in 2016, she opened her bakery chain in Dallas, Texas.
She was named “Outstanding Alumni” on the University of Texas – Austin list in 2020. Chambers is the owner of Bird’s Bakery, which opened in 2012 in San Antonio, and in 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Founded in 2012, her baked goods are based on her grandmother’s kitchen recipes. Two Bird’s Bakery employees were charged over a period of several years for stealing $120k from the company to buy luxury goods. In June 2019, Chambers was a guest judge on the Food Network’s “Best Baker in America.” In February and March 2020, she made appearance on Chopped Sweets for episodes 105 (“Tiny Treats”), 106 (“Tough Cookies”) and 107 (“Million Dollar Desserts”). Chambers launched Vision Visors, which makes face masks for children, in October 2020.
She raised money for the San Antonio Food Bank. Chambers’ Bird Bakery also collaborated with Salood, a non-profit cancer organization, for which she helped made a cookie to support patients with pediatric cancer. Food not sold at Bird Bakery is packaged and picked up by local non-profits, including churches, fire and police departments, Fisher House Foundation, Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation.
Elizabeth Chambers Relationship
Elizabeth got married in May 2010 to Armand Douglas Hammer. He is a famous American actor who is best known in David Fincher’s biographical drama film “The Social Network” for his role as twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. The couple have a daughter named Harper Grace who was born in 2014, and a son, Ford Armand Douglas who was born in 2017. The couple separated on July 10, 2020.
Elizabeth Chambers Social Media
Elizabeth Chambers is active on Instagram with an account, elizabethchambers with 268k followers. She has an account on Twitter with 9.6k followers. She is also active in Facebook.
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Elizabeth Chambers Net Worth
As a TV character and entrepreneur, Elizabeth has earned a good amount of money from her profession. She has come a long way from being the CEO of Bird’s Bakery since beginning her career as a correspondent in 1998. Her bakery shop and TV shows are her source of revenue. Chambers has certainly managed to amass a healthy fortune, expected to be around $10 million as of 2021, through her hard work for years.
She and Hammer shared a house “Hancock Park Home” that experienced a massive loss of $800k from its previous valuation of $5.8 million in September. The value of the estate is reduced to $4.99 million within three months. The 6,275 square foot house is a three-story English Tudor and has a wood-paneled library with a fireplace, a master bedroom with a sauna and a spa area, a double-height living room with a beamed ceiling. A pool, a second spa and a waterfall are part of the backyard.