Ringo began his career in 1957, as Drummer and created his first band the "Eddie Clayton Skiffle Group", which led him good to fame. Later in 1960, Starr became the member of Liverpool group, Rory Storm, and Hurricanes.
After achieving a good fame Ringo stopped working for Hurricanes and moved to Beatles in August 1962. Starr also appeared in the Beatles' movie.
After the band split in 1970, Starr released various successful singles like It Don't Come Easy, number one Photograph and You're Sixteen. Following he also released his most successful UK single, "Back Off Boogaloo".
Starr became famous in both commercial and critical from his album, Ringo which was a top ten new released in both the UK and the US in 1973.
Ringo also played various documentaries and hosted television shows and also narrated the children's television program Thomas & Friends and portrayed Mr. Conductor during the first season of PBS children television show.
In 2011, Ringo was ranked at fifth greatest drummer of all the time by "Rolling Stone". Starr is the winner of various awards like BAFTA Award, Academy Award, and nominated for Daytime Emmy Award.
Talking about social media, Ringo is active on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. He has 1.67M followers on his Twitter account and 176K followers on his Instagram profile. Ringo often posts pictures on his social networking and receives huge likes and comments by his followers.
Looking at his personal life, Starr married Maureen Cox in 1965. The couple is blessed with three children Zak, Jason, and Lee. Sadly they couldn't continue their relationship and divorced in 1975.
At the time of film shooting, Starr met the actress Barbara Bach with whom he married on 27 April 1981. Ringo has seven grandchildren, three from Zak, three from Jason, and one from Lee.
Being a famous drummer, Starr has featured in many shows from which he collects a big chunk of money. As of 2017, his estimated net worth is $350 million through which he finances his living and lives a celebrity life.