Richard Starkey, MBE (born 7 July 1940 in Liverpool, England), known by his stage name Ringo Starr, is an English popular musician, singer and actor, best known as the drummer of The Beatles. He was the oldest and shortest member of the band, and the last one to join the now familiar "Fab Four" line-up. He's the eldest member in The Beatles.
Starr married Maureen Cox on 11 February 1965, and they had three children, Zak, Jason, and Lee. The couple divorced in 1975. In 1980, on the set of the film Caveman he met actress Barbara Bach, who played the role of Major Anya Amasova (female lead and main 'Bond Girl') in The Spy Who Loved Me. They were married on 27 April 1981, just a few weeks after the film's release.
Starr's Website is updated by Starr himself, most notably with video clips that remain archived, on a somewhat regular basis (as of August 2006). Starr's mantra, often expressed on these video clips, is: "Peace and Love, Peace and Love, Peace and Love".
"Ringo's popularity brought forth a new paradigm in how the public saw drummers. We started to see the drummer as an equal participant in the compositional aspect. One of Ringo's great qualities was that he composed unique, stylistic drum parts for The Beatles songs. His parts are so signature to the songs that you can listen to a Ringo drum part without the rest of the music, and still identify the song."
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