He has been married to model Elaine Starchuk and actresses Heather Locklear and Pamela Anderson.
He received his first drum when he was four years old, and his first drum kit when he was a teenager.
Lee has a younger sister, Athena Lee (née Bass) (b.
1964), who was married to James Kottak, the drummer for the rock band Scorpions and she was also the drummer in his solo band Krun K.
When one of the friends could not go, they gave their ticket to the nine-year-old Ulrich, who was mesmerized by the performance and bought the band's album Fireball the next day.
The concert and album had a considerable impact on Ulrich, inspiring the start of his career in rock and roll and later heavy metal.
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His paternal grandfather was professional tennis player Einer Ulrich.
His paternal grandmother, Ulla Meyer, was from a Jewish family; as a result, Ulrich's grandfather was persecuted by the Nazis during World War II.
In February 1973, Ulrich's father obtained passes for five of his friends to a Deep Purple concert that was being held in the same Copenhagen stadium as one of his tennis tournaments.
As a teenager, Lee listened to Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Cheap Trick, Kiss, AC/DC and Sweet.
His main drumming influences were John Bonham, Tommy Aldridge, Alex Van Halen and Terry Bozzio.