Some of rock's best-known drummers have been well compensated for the wear and tear their bodies take from all that pounding. CelebrityNetworth.com reports that the Beatles' Ringo Starr tops the list with an estimated worth of $300 million, followed by Genesis alumni Phil Collins at $250 million. Others making the big buck grade include the Eagles' Don Henley (No. 4, $200 million), the Rolling Stones' Charlie Watts (No. 6, $160 million), U2's Larry Mullen, Jr. (No. 7, $150 million), Queen's Roger Taylor, (No. 8, $105 million), Aerosmith's Joey Kramer (No. 9, $100 million), the Police's Stewart Copeland (No. 12, $80 million), Alex Van Halen (No. 13, $75 million); Pink Floyd's Nick Mason (No. 14, $75 million), Black Sabbath's Bill Ward (No. 16, $65 million), the E Street Band's Max Weinberg (No. 23, $35 million), the Grateful Dead's Mickey Hart (No. 24, $30 million) and Bill Kreutzmann (No. 25, $25 million) and Neil Peart of Rush ($22 million).