Courtney Love Net Worth 2022, Income, Earnings, Age, Height, Husband, And Kids Details


Courtney Love is an American singer-songwriter and actress who has amassed a fortune in excess of $100 million as of 2022. With his presence as an ever-present force during the heyday of alternative rock music and his involvement as a founding member of the band Hole, Love has unquestionably made his mark on the entertainment industry. Known as “the most controversial woman in rock and roll,” Love is also an actress and writer. She won several awards for her performance in the film “The People vs. Larry Flynt” (1996), and she published her memoir, “Dirty Blonde: The Diaries of Courtney Love,” in 2006, which was hailed as “the most controversial woman in rock and roll.”

She inherited a majority stake in Nirvana after her husband, Kurt Cobain, passed away. This has contributed significantly to Courtney’s net worth over the years. Kurt’s writing and publishing rights were valued at $130 and $115 million, respectively, at the time of his suicide, and Courtney inherited both upon Kurt’s death by suicide. Courtney also possesses a substantial collection of Kurt’s personal belongings, which includes guitars, clothing, notes, and other items valued at more than $120 million in total. According to Courtney’s claims in 2009, nearly all of the money she received from Kurt’s estate had been stolen or lost by accountants and bad financial advisers, causing widespread consternation in the media. She claimed at the time that she had suffered losses totaling $30 million in cash and as much as $500 million in real property.

When Courtney and Kurt’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain reached the age of eighteen, she took over as the primary beneficiary of Kurt’s estate, which is estimated to be worth as much as $200 million in today’s dollars. When Frances was going through a divorce in 2017, it was revealed that she had received between $20 and $30 million from her father’s estate, leaving her with a net worth of $11.2 million at the time. In addition, we learned that Frances earns an average of $100,000 per month in royalties alone from her father’s music rights, which she shares with her brother.

Courtney Love Net Worth 2022

Net Worth: $100 Million(2022)
Date of Birth: Jul 9, 1964 (57 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession: Musician, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Songwriter, Lyricist, Guitarist, Record producer, Actor, Film Score Composer, Artist
Nationality: United States of America

Courtney Love Early Life

Courtney Love was born on July 9, 1964, in San Francisco, California, to Courtney Michelle Harrison and Robert Harrison. The Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh serves as Love’s godfather, and her mother Linda is a psychotherapist and author. Her father Hank worked as a road manager for the Grateful Dead, and Phil Lesh is Love’s godfather. Both Linda and Hank Love have written books about their daughter, Courtney, the first of which is “Her Mother’s Daughter: A Memoir of the Mother I Never Knew and of My Daughter, Courtney Love,” and the second of which is “Love Kills: The Assassination of Kurt Cobain,” which aims to prove that Courtney was involved in Cobain’s death. Courtney’s parents divorced in 1970, and she moved to Marcola, Oregon, with her mother, where she was later adopted by her stepfather, Frank Rodriguez, who raised her as his own. Linda and Frank had two daughters together, as well as a son through adoption; they also had a baby boy who died as a result of a heart defect when he was two months old.

Courtney Love Early Life
Courtney Love Early Life

When Linda and her husband divorced in 1972, she remarried and relocated her children to New Zealand; Courtney started attending the Nelson University for Girls but was expelled, and Linda forwarded her back to Oregon to be raised by her father, Rodriguez. While Love was back in the United States, Linda and her new husband welcomed two sons. Courtney was arrested for shoplifting when she was 14 and sentenced to juvenile hall. She was then placed in foster care until she was 16, at which point she was legally emancipated. Beginning as a stripper under the stage name “Courtney Love,” she continued her education at Portland State University, where she majored in philosophy and English. In later years, Courtney pursued a master’s degree in theology at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, where Hank was at the time.

Courtney Love Career

Her music career began in 1982 when she joined the band Faith No More, but she was later kicked out of the group. Her subsequent band, Pagan Babies, was formed in New York City, and after relocating to Los Angeles in 1988, she formed the band Hole with Eric Erlandson, Lisa Roberts, and Caroline Rue. The band’s debut album, “Pretty on the Inside,” was released in 1991, and “Spin” magazine named it one of the year’s top twenty albums. When Hole reformed in 1994, they recorded their next album, “Live Through This,” with a new lineup (including Kristen Pfaff and Patty Schemel), which was released just a week after Cobain’s death. A heroin overdose claimed Pfaff’s life two months later, and Melissa Auf der Maur replaced him as the group’s new bassist. Following the success of “Live Through This,” the band released “Celebrity Skin,” which garnered four Grammy nominations and went platinum a year after its release. Hole split up in 2002 and reformed in 2009, releasing the album “Nobody’s Daughter” the following year and touring the world from 2010 to late 2012, according to their official website. Immediately following Hole’s original disbandment, Love embarked on a solo career with the assistance of producer and Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, but her 2004 album, “America’s Sweetheart,” was met with critical and public acclaim.

Courtney Love Acting Career

The film “Sid and Nancy,” in which Courtney made her feature film debut, was released in 1986. She has since appeared in a number of other films, including “Man on the Moon” and “200 Cigarettes,” both released in 1999. A Golden Globe nomination for her performance as Althea Flynt in “The People vs. Larry Flynt” was followed by awards from the Boston Society of Film Critics, the Chicago Film Critics Association, the Florida Film Critics Circle, and the New York Film Critics Circle; she also won a Best Actress award at Outfest for her performance in “Julie Johnson” in 2001. Love has also appeared in a number of television projects, including recurring roles on the shows “Sons of Anarchy” and “Empire,” among others.

Courtney Love Age, Height, and Weight

Courtney Love was born on the 9th of July in 1964, making her 57 years old as of today’s date, the 26th of March 2022. Her height is 1.78 m and her weight is 55 kg, which makes her a petite woman.

Courtney Love Controversies

Courtney Love was charged with assault in 1995 after punching musician Kathleen Hanna at Lollapalooza. She was also arrested for disrupting flights in 1995 and 2003, which resulted in Love being barred from flying on Virgin Airlines for the rest of her career. In addition, she was arrested in 2003 for breaking windows at her boyfriend James Barber’s house while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and she was arrested in 2004 for hitting a fan with a microphone stand during a concert while under the influence of drugs. In 2018, Isaiah Silva, her daughter’s ex-husband, filed a lawsuit against her, alleging that she conspired with him to kidnap and attempt to murder him.

Courtney Love Personal Life

Courtney was married to singer James Moreland in 1989, and the couple divorced later that year, according to court records. On February 24, 1992, she tied the knot with Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, and the couple welcomed their daughter Frances Bean in August. When Cobain died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on April 5, 1994, Love was in rehab, and the couple was widely known for their drug use, with heroin being a particular favourite of theirs. After being charged with drug possession in 2003, Courtney temporarily lost custody of her daughter. After several stints in rehab, Love declared that she was celebrating 18 months of abstinence while accepting an Award Nomination at the NME Awards ceremony in February 2020.

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Courtney Love House & Properties

In January 1994, Love and Cobain paid $1.48 million for an 8,200-square-foot home in Seattle, Washington. When Kurt committed suicide in the greenhouse, Courtney sold the house to a trust for $2.89 million in 1997, after demolishing the structure that housed it. In 2019, the property was placed back on the market with an asking price of $7.5 million. Love purchased a fixer-upper in Olympia, Washington, for $447,000 in 1995 and sold it for $319,900 in 2018. The home had suffered fire damage and had been defaced with graffiti at the time of the purchase. Love has also owned and rented properties in Los Angeles, and she paid $27,000 per month to rent a Manhattan townhouse, from which she was evicted in 2011 after causing damage to the interior of the building.


Maria Gasper is a 'The Current' intern. She is a Journalism student at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. In June of last year, she was a reporting intern at Financial Planning magazine. She enjoys eating pasta, reading books by her favourite journalists, and playing with her three dogs when she is not writing finance articles. Words from Maria: “Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant.”