Charlie Watts Net Worth is $200 Million (as of 2020)
It has been calculated that the total size of the current Charlie Watts net worth is as much as 170 million dollars. Charlie Watts has earned his net worth because of his career as a musician, and in the industry he is mostly known as a drummer. In addition, he is also a music producer and composer. Thus, music has made him very popular and also increased the total estimate of Charlie Watts net worth. In addition to all the above stated, he is also a horseman.
|Net Worth:||$200 Million|
|Age:||80 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Date of birth:||Jun 02, 1941|
|Occupation:||Musician, Drummer, Actor, Record producer, Composer, Film Producer|
As a drummer, Charlie Watts is mostly known for his career in the popular rock band called The Rolling Stones. In addition, he is involved into jazz music and is a member in the band called The ABC&D of Boogie Woogie. In this band, he is playing with David Green, Ben Waters and Axel Zwingenberger. Therefore, belonging to both of these bands has also added up to the total sum of Charlie Watts net worth.
Charlie Watts was born in London, England in 1941. When he was growing up, Charlie Watts fell in love with blues and jazz music and decided to become a musician when he grew up. His major jazz music influences have been John Coltrane and Miles Davis. In 1960, he began to work in an advertising firm in London. At the same time, he still managed to focus on his career in music and at that time he was playing with the band called Blues Incorporated.
One year after The Rolling Stones were created, Charlie Watts was invited to join the band. He appeared in the first performance with the band in 1963. The band soon became an international success and it also played a huge part in increasing the total amount of Charlie Watts net worth. In 1965, the band released its first successful single which landed in the top spot on the United States charts, which was called “Satisfaction”. After the success of this single, the band released even more songs, such as “Ruby Tuesday” and “Paint It Black”.
In the 1980s, Charlie Watts got involved into other projects besides his career in The Rolling Stones. Charlie Watts created some other bands, such as the Charlie Watts Orchestra and Rocket 88. Today, The Rolling Stones are still popular and performing and the band is still considered as one of the main current sources of Charlie Watts net worth.