- Steve Davis
Net Worth: $33.7 million
Steve Davis is a former English professional snooker player. Davis is on peak of the sport during the 1980s. He the World Championship titles six times and being ranked world number one for seven seasons in a row. Davis also won three masters titles as well as six UK Championship titles. He has won the net worth of £26,000,000 in prize money.
- Stephen Hendry
Net Worth: $32.4 million
Scottish snooker player Stephen Hendry turned pro when he was only 16 years old. Hendry was the youngest snooker world champion at age of only 21. and throughout his career he won seven world championship titles, and was the world’s number one for eight consecutive seasons with 775 competitive century breaks.
- Dennis Taylor
Net Worth: $23.3 million
Dennis Taylor is North Irish retired snooker player who currently serves as snooker commentator at BBC. Taylor has won two ranking events, including the World Championship in 1985. He also won 1987 Masters and 1984 Grand Prix.
- Jimmy White
Net Worth: $19.4 million
Jimmy White is English professional snooker player is commonly referred to as People’s Champion. White’s non-world championship achievements include the UK Championship, the Masters and the Nations Cup. A two-time winner of both the World Cup and the British Open, White was also the first left-handed player, and second player overall, to record a maximum break at the World Championship.
Net Worth: $15.5 million
Cliff Thorburn is a retired Canadian professional snooker player. Thorburn won the World Championship title in 1980. He was the first ever non-British player to win the World Snooker Championship. He is introduced into the Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, in 2001.
- Ronnie O’Sullivan
Net Worth: $14.2 million
Ronnie O’Sullivan is an English professional snooker player. He is regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport. In 1992 he turned into professional in and won five World Championships, a record seven Masters titles, and a record seven UK Championships, setting a record total of 19 titles in Triple Crown tournaments.
- John Parrott
Net Worth: $11.6 million
John Parrott is former English professional snooker player and TV personality, is the only player in history to ever win both World championship title and UK Championship in same year. Parrot is widely considered as one of the best players of the early 1990s. He has won net worth of £9,000,000 in prize money.
- John Higgins
Net Worth: $11.2 million
John Higgins is Scottish professional snooker player. He won 28 ranking titles, including four World Championships, three UK Championships and two Masters titles. Higgins is one of the most successful modern era players, and regarding the world titles in modern era, he occupies the fifth position.
- Willie Thorne
Net Worth: $10.3 million
Willie Thorne is former English professional snooker player. Nowadays he is working a sports commentator. Thorne never managed to achieve equal success as a pro player. His career highlights include winning one ranking event, reaching the UK Championship finals in 1985 and World Championship quarter-finals in 1982 and 1986. He has won net worth of £8,000,000 in prize money..
Net Worth: $9 million
Mark Williams, is Welsh professional snooker player, who won two World Championship titles, eighteen ranking tournaments including the two UK Championship titles and two Masters titles. Williams is the first left handed player to win the world championship title. He has won net worth £7,000,000 in prize money.
- Peter Ebdon
Net Worth: $7.7 million
Peter Ebdon is English professional snooker player. He won the World Champion title in 2002, and has beaten Stephen Hendry in 2006 UK Championship Finals. He also won seven ranking events and took part in World Finals in 2012 and 1993. Ebdon is famous for his slow and determined style.
- Ken Doherty
Net Worth:$7.5 million
Ken Doherty is an Irish professional snooker player and commentator. Doherty is one of the rare players to had won both Amateur world championship title and the World Championship title. He has won net worth of £6,000,000 in prize money. Doherty became only the third player from outside the United Kingdom to win the World Championship.
- Terry Griffiths
Net Worth: $6.4 million
Terry Griffiths is former Welsh professional snooker player who currently works as snooker coach. He won the World Championship title in 1979, Masters title in 1980 and UK Championship in 1982. He is one of the players to reach the triple crown. He was popular for his cautious playing style. He has won net worth of £5,000,000 in prize money.
- Stephen Lee
Net Worth: $5.2 million
Stephen Lee is English professional snooker player. Lee won four ranking events and reached World’s Championship semi -finals in 2003 and the 2008 Masters finals. He has won net worth of £4,000,000 in prize money.
Net Worth: $5.1 million
Alan McManus is Scottish professional snooker player. McManus won two ranking events in his career, including 1994 Masters when he ended Hendry’s five-year winning streak of twenty three victories. He was also the World Championship semi-finalist on three occasions. McManus has won net worth of £4,000,000 in prize money.
- Neal Foulds
Net Worth: $3.8 million
Neal Foulds is former English professional snooker player who currently works as a commentator on various networks. Throughout his career, he reaching World Championship semi-finals in 1987, World Championship quarter finals in 1988, as well as being runner up for UK Championship in 1986. He has won net worth of £3,000,000 in prize money.
- Paul Hunter
Net Worth: $3.4 million
Paul Hunter was English professional snooker player, Hunter hosted three Masters titles, two Welsh Open and a British Open title. He died at the age of twenty seven in 2006, from neuroendocrine tumors. He had won net worth of £3,000,000 in prize money.
- Matthew Stevens
Net Worth: $3 million
Matthew Stevens is a Welsh professional snooker player. He won Benson and Hedges Masters, and UK Championship. Stevens was two-time World Snooker Championship runner up. As a prolific break-builder, Stevens has compiled more than 300 century breaks during his career.He has won net worth of £3,000,000 in prize money.
- James Wattana
Net Worth: $2.7 million
James Wattana is a Thai former professional snooker player, currently competing as an amateur. He played two World Snooker Championship Semi-finals. He has won net worth of £3,000,000 in prize money. after winning the 1988 World Amateur Championship at only age of 16, he turned into professional career.
Net Worth: $2.5 million
Nigel Bond is an English professional snooker player. He played the World Championship finals in 1995 but unfortunately defeated by Stephen Hendry. Later he won the British Open in 1996 and won the 2011 Shoot Out, and defeated Tony Chappel in World Seniors Championship. He has won net worth of £2,000,000 in prize money.