|Net Worth:||$350 Million|
|Date of Birth:||July 7, 1940 (83 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Film director, Peace activist, Drummer, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, ActorCinematographer, Lyricist,|
What is Ringo Starr’s net worth?
Ringo Starr is an English film producer, musician, and songwriter who has a net worth of $350 million. He became well-known when he began serving as the Beatles’ drummer. Ringo sparingly sang with groups as lead vocals coupled with his long-standing solo career.
Ringo Starr was born Richard Starkey on July 7, 1940, in Liverpool, England.
The only child of confectionery entrepreneurs Richard and Elsie Gleave is Ringo. His parents split up and divorced when he was a small boy. Before becoming a bartender, Ringo’s mother worked as a housekeeper, and after his parent’s divorce, his father ceased to be involved with him.
When he was six years old, Ringo had a standard appendectomy for his appendicitis. He developed peritonitis, which resulted in a few days’ worths of unconsciousness.
Ringo recuperated away from his family in Liverpool’s Myrtle Street Children’s Hospital for an entire year. Following his medical discharge in May 1948, his mother kept him from attending school.
Ringo spent two years in a sanitarium after contracting tuberculosis in 1953. Ringo’s introduction to a percussion instrument—a homemade mallet that he used to strike the cupboards next to his bed—came about as a result of the sanatorium’s encouragement of its patients to join the hospital band in order to develop motor skills and quell boredom.
As a result, Ringo developed a passion for drumming. His mother wed big band music enthusiast Harry Graves in 1954. He introduced Dinah Shore, Billy Daniels, and Sarah Vaughan to Ringo.
After leaving the sanitarium in late 1955, Ringo made the decision not to return to school and instead began looking for a job. However, his initial attempts to locate a profession that paid well didn’t go well since he lacked ambition and discipline.
He ultimately found employment as an apprentice machinist at Henry Hunt & Son, a manufacturer of school supplies in Liverpool, and it was there that he met Roy Trafford. Having a similar love of music brought the two together.
Ringo and Trafford quickly started practicing tunes during their lunch hours. Ringo received a used drum set from Graves for Christmas 1957.
He joined other local bands, notably Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, as his drumming abilities improved over the course of the following several years.
He played for a school football team that twice won the Bury Cup and the Greater Manchester Trophy. His unusual drumming technique, which resulted from playing a right-handed instrument with a left hand, is commonly credited to contemporary percussionists as an influence.
Harrison provided lead vocals on a number of Beatles songs, including “With a Little Help from My Friends,” “Yellow Submarine,” “Good Night,” “I Wanna Be Your Man,” “Boys,” and their rendition of “Act Naturally.” In addition to “Don’t Pass Me By,” he wrote “Octopus’ Garden.”
Ringo had a successful solo career after the Beatles split up in 1970. He collaborated with other performers, including Paul McCartney, his former bandmate, and by 2010, he had produced fifteen studio albums.
Together with him on tour more than a dozen times is Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band. He is one of 21 musicians who has received induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as both a solo performer and a member of the Beatles.
The Modern Drummer Hall of Fame accepted him in 1998. Readers of Rolling Stone ranked Starr as the fifth-best drummer of all time in 2011. The world’s wealthiest drummer is him.
After 30 years of breaking away from the Beatles, Ringo in 2013, made over $3 million from selling his recorded albums and touring. As of now, he can boast of a yearly income of $3-5 million with just a few productions.
Ringo later purchased a home that was initially owned by John Lennon Tittenhurst in 1971 located at the Park at Sunninghill in Berkshire and eventually relocated his family there.
Ringo and Bach split their time between homes in Los Angeles, Cranleigh, England, and Monte Carlo. He also has a residence in the Chelsea district of London, close to King’s Road.
In 1965, Maureen Cox and Ringo Star exchanged vows. Brian Epstein, the Beatles’ manager, was the ideal candidate. Harry Graves, George Harrison’s stepfather, and both of them gave testimony. The couple has three children: Zak, born in 1965, Jason, born in 1967, and Lee (1970).
Later, he admitted that he was “an alcoholic, a batterer of wives, and an absent parent.” Leukemia took Maureen’s life in 1994 at the age of 48.
On the “Caveman” movie set in 1980, Starr ran into Barbara Bach, an actress. On April 27, 1981, they exchanged vows.
Ringo has eight grandchildren one of Zak, four of Jason, and three of Lee. In 2016, he made his first great-grandparental transition as a Beatle. Ringo does regular meditation and eats vegetarianism.
“Peace and love” is both his catchphrase and life’s guiding principle.
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