Frances Bean Cobain

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Frances Bean Cobain is an American visual artist and model

Aug 18, 1992

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Personal Details

  • Birthday: August 18, 1992
  • Nationality: American
  • Famous: Visual Artist, Models, Miscellaneous
  • City/State: California, Los Angeles
  • Boy Friends: Matthew Cook
  • Spouses: Isaiah Silva (m. 2014–2017)
  • Universities:
    • Willows Community High School
    • Bard College
    • Highland Hall Waldorf School

Frances Bean Cobain born at

Los Angeles, California

Birth Place

Frances Bean Cobain was born on August 18, 1992 in Los Angeles, California, the USA to Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love. Her mother supposedly took heroin during the pregnancy. A number of investigations took place after she was born and Cobain was removed from her parents' custody when she was just two weeks old. Following a lengthy legal battle, her parents regained her custody. On April 5, 1994, Cobain’s father Kurt was found dead at his home. His death was ruled a suicide. After his death, Cobain was subsequently raised by her mother, paternal grandmother, and aunts. She was again placed in her grandmother's care after her mother's drug-related arrest in 2003. Two years later, her mother regained her custody. In August 2010, Cobain inherited 37% of her late dad’s estate.

Personal Life

Taking about the American beauty’s love life, she married musician Isaiah Silva in June 2014. However, the couple separated later on. Currently, Cobain is in a relationship with The Ceremonies frontman Matthew Cook.

Personal Life

In August 2006, Cobain was photographed for the popular ‘Elle’ magazine. At the photo-shoot, she wore her father's famous pajama pants and brown cardigan. In 2008, she dressed as Evita Peron while posing for Harper's Bazaar’s photo spread. Three years later, she modeled for Hedi Slimane for her web photo series. In 2017, the American model became the face of Marc Jacobs' Spring/Summer 2017 campaign.

Modeling Career

In 2010, Frances Bean Cobain displayed a collection of artwork titled ‘Scumfuck’ at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles under the pseudonym "Fiddle Tim". On August 4, 2012, she participated in a group show called 'MiXTAPE'. In this show, the contestants were asked to pick a track and create art inspired by that track. Frances chose The Jesus and Mary Chain’s "Black". The eclectic combination of songs chosen by her was later featured for digital download on iTunes.


In 2008, Cobain served as an intern for the Rolling Stone magazine. She contributed as a guest vocalist to the track "My Space" from the album ‘Evelyn Evelyn’ by Evelyn Evelyn which was released on March 30, 2010. She served as an executive producer for the HBO movie ‘Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck’ that documents her father’s life.

Other Works