How rich is Ringo Starr?


How rich is Ringo Starr?

Ringo Starr Net Worth:
$300 Million

Birth date: July 7, 1940
Birth place: Liverpool, United Kingdom
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Profession: Drummer, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Actor, Singer-songwriter, Peace activist, Cinematographer, Lyricist, Film director
Nationality: United Kingdom
Spouse: Barbara Bach (m. 1981), Maureen Starkey Tigrett (m. 1965–1975)
Children: Zak Starkey, Lee Starkey, Jason Starkey
Parents: Richard Starkey, Elsie Starkey, Hey Jude, Yesterday, Hello, Goodbye, Stockton, CA, United States, San Rafael, CA, United States
Awards: Grammy Award for Album of the Year, World Music Award - Chopard Diamond Award, Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media, Hey Jude, Yesterday, Hello, Goodbye, Stockton, CA, United States, San Rafael, CA, United States
Music groups: The Beatles (1962 – 1970)
Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Surround Sound Album, Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children’s or Pre-School Children’s Series, BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles, Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo of the Year, NME Award for World Musical Personality, Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year, NME Award for Best Instrumentalist, Hey Jude, Yesterday, Hello, Goodbye, Stockton, CA, United States, San Rafael, CA, United States
Movies: Stockton, CA, United States, San Rafael, CA, United States, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, Yellow Submarine, Caveman, A Hard Day's Night, Magical Mystery Tour, Blindman, The Magic Christian, Paul McCartney Really is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison, Robin Hood, That'll Be the Day, 200 Motels, The Beatles: She Loves You, Give My Regards to Broad Street, Candy, The Point, The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit, The Gruffalo, Born to Boogie, Son of Dracula, Lisztomania, The Compleat Beatles, Carl Perkins and Friends, Sextette, Alice in Wonderland, Water, Band Du Lac: One Night Only Live, Stuart Sutcliffe: The Lost Beatle, The Beatles Explosion, All Together Now, The Beatles: You Can't Do That: The Making of A Hard Day's Night, Runnin' Down a Dream, Willie and the Poor Boys, The Beatles: From Liverpool to San Francisco, Rare and Unseen: The Beatles, Thomas & Friends: James Learns a Lesson, Soundstage: Ringo Starr and the Roundheads, Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band: So Far, Ringo Starr & His New All-Starr Band, Beatles: From the Beginning to the End, Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band: Live at the Greek Theatre 2008, Beatles' Biggest Secrets, Ringo Starr: Live on Tour, The Beatles: Washington D.C. Feb. 11th, 1964, The Beatles: Destination Hamburg, To the North of Katmandu, The World of Peter Sellers, The Beatles: Intimate Scrapbook, Klaus Voormann: With the Beatles, The Beatles Hamburg & the Hamburg Sound, The Beatles: Music Box Biographical Collection, Rock Milestones: The Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour
TV shows: Stockton, CA, United States, San Rafael, CA, United States, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Shining Time Station, The Beatles, Thomas and Friends, The Beatles Anthology, Magic School & Friends

Ringo Starr Net Worth:

Ringo Starr Net Worth $300 Million

On all the group’s records, he sang lead vocals for just one song, including “With a Little Help from My Friends”, “Yellow Submarine” as well as their cover of “Act Naturally”. Starr was twice afflicted by life threatening illnesses during his youth, and as an effect of lengthy hospitalizations, fell behind scholastically. In 1955, he entered the work force and briefly held a place with British Rail before procuring an apprenticeship at a Liverpool gear manufacturing company. Shortly after, he became interested in great Britain skiffle craze, acquiring a fervent admiration for the genre. In 1957, he cofounded his first group, the Eddie Clayton Skiffle Group, and they brought in several esteemed local bookings prior to the fad succumbed to American rock and roll by early 1958.

After reaching reasonable success together in the united kingdom and Hamburg, he leave the Hurricanes and joined the Beatles in August 1962, replacing Pete Best. Starr played crucial parts in the Beatles’ movies and appeared in numerous others. After their breakup in 1970, he released several successful singles such as the USA number four hit “It Do Not Come Easy”, and number ones “Picture” and “You’re Sixteen”. He achieved commercial and critical success with his 1973 album “Ringo”, that was a top ten release in the UK and also the US. Since 1989, he’s successfully toured with twelve versions of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.

Starr’s creative contribution to music has got compliments from drummers like Phil Collins and Steve Smith, who remarked: “Before Ringo, drum stars were quantified by their soloing skill and virtuosity. Ringo’s popularity brought forth a fresh paradigm… we began to view the drummer as an equal participant in the compositional aspect… His parts are so signature to the tunes you can listen to a Ringo drum part without the remaining music but still identify the tune.” In 2011, “Rolling Stone” subscribers named Starr the fifth-best drummer ever.