Elizabeth Chambers Biography
Elizabeth Chambers is an American television personality, businesswoman, and actress from San Antonio, Texas, USA. As an actress she is known for The Game Plan (2007), Criminal Minds (2005) and Rolling Kansas (2003).
She is also a former model and had a brief career as a TV journalist. Chambers is widely known for being married to Armand Douglas Hammer alias Armie Hammer who is an actor and the son of businessman Michael Armand Hammer and the great-grandson of oil tycoon Armand Hammer.
Chambers has had a great love for baking and she opened Bird Bakery alongside Hammer in 2012. Its first location opened up in Chambers’s hometown of San Antonio, and the second is in Dallas. She regularly appears on the Today show to host cooking segments, along with running her bakery and hitting the red carpet.
Elizabeth Chambers Age
Chambers was born on 18 August, 1982 in San Antonio, TX. She is 36 years old as of 2019.
Elizabeth Chambers Family
She was born to Judy Chambers. Chambers has a sister Catherine Chambers and two brothers Joseph and John Chambers. In an interview, Chambers cites her role models as her mother and father.Elizabeth Chambers Photo
“My mom has a very strong personality and is an amazing businessperson. My dad is as well. He taught me everything I know about marketing, business, branding and sales. When I was in second grade selling Girl Scout cookies, I broke a record for most cookies sold because my dad gave me quotas. They taught me the value of doing business well, she says.
Elizabeth Chambers Husband
Chambers married Armie Hammer on May 22, 2010. Their wedding was featured in the January 2011 issue of Town & Country. The couple was introduced by Hammer’s friend, artist Tyler Ramsey. They have two children together.
Elizabeth Chambers Kids
Their first child, a daughter Harper Grace Hammer was born on 1 December 2014 and was delivered by Dr. Jay Goldberg. Their son Ford Douglas Armand Hammer was born on 15 January 2017.
Elizabeth Chambers Career
As a journalist, she was Chief Correspondent of the Human Rights Foundation. Chambers first became involved with the organization in 2009. She has been a judge on a handful of shows, including Cupcake Wars, Sugar Showdown, and Chopped Junior.
Elizabeth Chambers Bakery
Chambers and Armie founded BIRD bakery in 2012 after months of perfecting family recipes. She has said that she grew up in the kitchens of her mother and grandmother, who ran a local catering company for many years in San Antonio, so it was only natural for the couple to open a bakery in San Antonio. Bird offers breakfast foods like quiche, casserole, muffins, pie, and more.
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Elizabeth Chambers Talks about their Bakery Patnership
Interviewer: You’re keeping it in the family at WME, which reps both you and Armie. How long will the cookies be there?
Elizabeth Chambers: It’s always good to keep it in the family, and many of our friends and agents at WME have loved Bird for years. They’ve ordered wrap gifts, holiday baskets and on many other occasions, so the fact that they can now enjoy in the convenience of their own building is exciting. As of now, Jack & Ben’s has a standing order, so the cookies are there to stay!
Interviewer: Are there plans to offer the cookies permanently there or elsewhere in the city?
Elizabeth Chambers: We plan on offering them permanently at Jack & Ben’s, and I would be open to other locations in the city further down the road.
Interviewer: What’s the response been so far? How many cookies are you delivering?
Elizabeth Chambers: People have loved them! We’re shipping the dough so the cookies are baked by the chefs freshly on-site throughout the day. Our motto at Bird is, “freshest, finest, from scratch. Every day.” We wanted to stay true to that.