Vince Neil Net Worth and Biography

Vince Neil is an American rock star, being the famous vocalist of Motley Crue. In 2019, his net worth is an outstanding $50 million, due to his skills, talents, and ability to surprise its fans with any means.
Net Worth: $300 million
Birth Date:
Feb 8, 1961
Hollywood, California
Rock Star
Last Updated:
October 2019
Vince Neil net worth

Vince Neil Net Worth

As a professional and worldwide famous lead vocalist of Motley Crue, Vince Neil managed to accumulate an impressive fortune with a net worth in 2019 of 50 million dollars. Of course, this is all related to his activity in the music industry, but Neil has a couple of business ventures, too.

The band Motley Crue sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, which made them one of the best-selling bands of all time. Vince Neil joined this band back in the 1980s when their first album together was released. ‘Too Fast for Love’ proved to be a success, while a couple of singles on that record, like ‘Dr. FeelGood’ or ‘Theatre of pain’, reached the first places on several US billboard charts.

After the success with Motley Crue, Vince Neil decided in 1992 it is time to venture on his own. He got a deal with Warner Brothers and ultimately released his first solo album in 1992. After this success, his fortune was significantly increased by the rapidity with which the album was sold. In 1995, he released another album under the patronage of Dust Brothers, yet this hadn’t the success it was predicted. As a result, Neil’s contract with them was voided.

Vince Neil came back to his former band and released with Motley Crue the 1997 album, ‘Generation Swine’. The sales were good and even got the group some prestigious nominations throughout the year. In the following years, he released another solo album, ‘Tattoos and Tequila’, and he appeared on a cover of a Japanese rock band.

Besides the revenue from his musical skills, Vince Neil has other income sources, too. He has a club named ‘Bar One’, and a restaurant in West Palm Beach called ‘Dr. Feelgood’s Bar and Grill’. Both businesses added significant value to Neil’s overall fortune.

Moreover, Vince Neil became chief executive and chairman of the Rock Star Investment Group. Also, he bought ownership of the Arena Football League’s Jacksonville Sharks and was shortly involved in the Las Vegas Outlaws.

He has several contributions to filmography, too. He wrote and performed the soundtracks of a couple of tv shows, such as Jimmy Kimmel Live, Born to be wild, Hot Tub time machine, Friday Night Lights, or High Chaparral. He composed the official soundtracks of The Surreal Life, Behind the Music, and Motley Crue’s documentary. And, of course, Vince Neil had several appearances in distinct tv shows and tv documentaries. He can be seen in Skum Rocks, The Aviators, That Metal Show, Ghost Adventures, Bones, LA Ink, Rome is burning, Inside Out, or The Surreal Life.

Another revenue source for Vince Neil is his social media accounts. He is active on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with a large pool of followers. It adds a nice income to his fortune, too.


Vincent Neil Wharton was born in 1961 in Hollywood, California, United States. He attended the Royal Oak High School, and he expressed his passion for music from an early age. Besides, he was quite involved in all sports-related activities, including surfing, wrestling, football, and basketball.

At the age of 17, Vince Neil had a son Jason Neil. Neil was married four times. His first wife was Beth Lynn, and they got married back in 1981. They had a daughter, Elizabeth Ashley. After their divorce, Vince Neil started dating Sharise Ruddell, with whom he married in 1987. They had one daughter, Skylar Lynnae, but sadly she passed away due to cancer. Their marriage lasted up until 1993 when they decided to part ways.

After several years, Vince Neil got involved with Heidi Mark, a Playboy Playmate. But their romantic involvement lasted for around a year. In 2005, Neil married hi forth partner, Lia Gerardini. After five years of union, they got divorced. As for today, Vince Neil is involved romantically with his girlfriend Rain Hannah.

Shortly after his daughter Skylar died, Vince Neil started the Skylar Neil Memorial Golf Tournament. It is a charity event meant to encourage people to donate for cancer research, especially for children. It collaborates with TJ Martell and Neil Bogart Foundations; both being actively involved in supporting cancer research. Neil put the basis of this tournament to pay homage to her daughter, who died of stomach cancer.
Vince Neil had several legal problems during the years. Back in 1984, after a concert held on an American tour, Neil and one of his teammates took a driving trip to a liquor store. He lost control of the car and got involved in a severe accident. The people in the car he hit were injured and even experienced some brain damage. Neil was charged with manslaughter and a couple of other offenses related to drinking and drinking. He spent 30 days and jail and was sentenced to five years’ probation, $2.6 million restitution to the victims, along with more than 200 hours of community service.

In 2002, he was arrested because he punched the producer Michale Schuman. Neil offered to pay restitution and enroll in community service hours. Shortly after, he was arrested again after a sex worker filed a complaint against him. He stated that Neil assaulted her and grabbed her around the throat. Vince Neil refused the battery charges and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, a couple of months of anger management therapy, and a fine of more than $1000.

He was arrested several times due to suspicions of drinking and driving. But he repeatedly managed to work a deal by pleading guilty to reckless behavior. Also, back in 2016, he was again charged with battery for assaulting a woman. She approached him for an autograph, and Neil’s reaction was to put her on the ground and grab her hair. Nicolas Cage got involved and restrained him. The women sued Neil for $150,000 to cover medical bills and emotional distress caused by this situation. Neil was ultimately obliged by law to pay all the demands of the victim.