I have added 38 high quality images to our photo archive of Armie attending STOP CANCER 28th Anniversary Gala with wife Elizabeth Chambers.
STOP CANCER was founded in 1988 by Dr. Armand Hammer in partnership with Sherry Lansing.
Dr. Armand Hammer was the chairman and founder of Occidental Petroleum Corporation. He was a philanthropist, entrepreneur, art collector, medical doctor, citizen-diplomat, friend of heads-of-state, world traveler and visionary. He served as the Chairman of President Ronald Reagan’s Cancer Panel for eight years. During this time, Dr Hammer experienced first-hand the high demand for cancer research grants and the inability to fill them based on lack of funds. His vision for a nationally focused campaign dedicated to funding cancer research became clear and with the help of good friend, Sherry Lansing, STOP CANCER was born. Until his death in December 1990 at age 92-1/2, he literally worked around the clock seven days a week to make difference and see his vision fulfilled.
In 1990 Sherry Lansing; former Chairman of Paramount Pictures, loyal to the organization and cause became the official chairperson of STOP CANCER. Arlene and David Ray became the first founding presidents. At the suggestion of the Director of the NCI (National Cancer Institute), STOP CANCER began to support local NCI Comprehensive Cancer Centers. They developed relationships with Los Angeles County’s three Comprehensive Cancer Centers, UCLA’s Jonsson, USC Norris and the City of Hope Center. Through this development, STOP CANCER was able to work directly with research centers to learn about and select the most promising young scientists for STOP CANCER grants.
In the last two decades, STOP CANCER has continued to attract a committed group of members, volunteers, supporters and partners. There is certain sense of family at STOP CANCER. Members recruit children and grandchildren to be involved with STOP CANCER fundraising and events. Founding corporate supporters like Occidental continue to give generously to STOP CANCER. New partnerships have also enabled STOP CANCER to learn and share stories of heartfelt devotion for “more research” and “less cancer.” Until cancer is wiped out all together, there is work and research to be done and STOP CANCER is committed to a cancer-free world.
2013 is the 25th year of STOP CANCER and much progress has been made in the on-going fight but there is more work to be done.
Chair, Sherry Lansing, STOP CANCER Leadership and STOP CANCER-funded researchers speak about the value of the funding of STOP CANCER.
Two days ago (December 19), Armie, Elizabeth and Dakota Johnson attended The Audi Q7 Holiday And Snow Polo Celebration. I have uploaded 10 HQ photos from the event to our photo archive.
Yesterday (September 9), Armie and Elizabeth attended the Salvatore Ferragamo 100 Years In Hollywood celebration at the newly unveiled Rodeo Drive flagship Salvatore Ferragamo boutique in Beverly Hills, California. I have uploaded 9 HQ + 25 MQ untagged and 24 tagged photos from the event. Enjoy!
Elizabeth & Armie have shared some pictures of their beautiful little family including Miss Harper!
LATIMES.COM – This screen hero has a new pint-size sidekick: Armie Hammer is a father, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed.
Hammer and his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, welcomed a daughter Monday, “The Lone Ranger” star’s rep told People exclusively, adding that both ladies were “doing great!”
The “Social Network” actor and the journalist, who married in 2010, revealed they had a baby on the way back in June.
Chambers was the guest of honor at a baby shower in early November and told Us Weekly at the time: “It was the perfect shower and way to welcome baby Hammer into the world.”
“Baby Hammer” is still the wee one’s working title at this point, as far as the public is concerned. Her name, weight and other details haven’t been released.
The baby girl arrived with the assistance of Dr. Jay Goldberg, a Hammer rep said. The doc practices out of Beverly Hills and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Hammer can be seen next summer in a reboot of “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” starring Henry Cavill, Hugh Grant and Alicia Vikander. He’ll play Illya Kuryakin, a character David McCallum — Dr. Donald Mallard on “NCIS” — brought to the small screen in the 1960s TV series of the same name.
ABCNEWS.COM – Armie Hammer is going to be a dad!
The “Lone Ranger” star and his wife of four years, TV host Elizabeth Chambers, are expecting a baby, a rep for the couple confirmed to ABC News.
Hammer, 27, married Chambers in 2010, around the time he got his big break as the Winkelvoss twins in “The Social Network.”
“They will be amazing parents,” a friend of the couple told ABC News. “They are such a loving couple that this is the perfect next chapter in their lives.”
Though both have careers in the limelight, the couple also owns and operates Bird Bakery eatery in Chambers’ hometown of San Antonio, Texas.
Congratulations to both Armie and Elizabeth!