Vince Neil was born in Hollywood, California and has an estimated net worth of $50 million dollars. The lead vocalist for Mötley Crüe, Vince Neil, is also a songwriter. He joined Mötley Crüe in 1981, but left the band in 1992. He pursued a moderately successful solo career and Indy racing stint before rejoining the band in 1998. Soon after Neil joined Mötley Crüe, the band began recording and releasing albums. Their first album release, Too Fast for Love," went on sale in 1981. Their 1983 release, "Shout at the Devil," was a blockbuster hit and catapulted the group to fame – in the United States and in Europe. The group's biggest hit, "Dr. Feelgood," was released in 1999. Vince Neil left Mötley Crüe in 1992 to concentrate on a career as a solo singer. His first album, "Exposed," was released in 1993 and reached Number Thirteen on Billboard charts. The band, including Vince Neil, reunited in 1997 and continues to work today. Vince Neil also owns many businesses unrelated to music, including owning a bar and restaurant as well as a clothing line. Neil was born in 1961 in Hollywood, California to Shirley (née Ortiz) and Clois "Odie" Wharton. He has Mexican ancestry on his mother's side and Native American ancestry on his father's side. Neil has been married four times, with all of his marriages ending in divorce. He had one child, a daughter named Skylar, with his second wife, Sharise Ruddell, who was a mud wrestler and fashion model. On August 15, 1995, Neil and Ruddell's daughter, Skylar Neil, died of cancer at the age of four. He founded the Skylar Neil Memorial Fund in her honor. Since that time, Neil and the foundation have raised awareness and funding for various children's illnesses. The Skylar Neil Memorial Foundation has donated millions of dollars to The T.J. Martell Foundation, and it sponsors an annual golf tournament to raise money for children with cancer.