|Born on: 06.06.1966
Sean Yseult (born June 6, 1966 in North Carolina as Shauna Reynolds) is an American rock musician. She has played various instruments with different bands over the years, most notably her bass work with the band White Zombie. Her father, Michael S. Reynolds, was a noted biographer of Ernest Hemingway. She married Supagroup musician Chris Lee on January 12, 2008, in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she lives. She owns and runs a dive bar popular among artists and musicians, The Saint, in that city's Garden District.
Sean played bass in White Zombie for 13 years before they disbanded in 1998. In 1996, she participated along with Jay Yuenger in the tribute band to The Germs called Ruined Eye. After the break up of White Zombie in September 1998, Sean started playing bass for the band Rock City Morgue. She formed the Famous Monsters in 1995 which also featured Katie Lynn Campbell, bassist for the Toronto based C'mon.
Fashion & art career
Before her days as a bassist, Sean earned her degree in graphic design at Parsons The New School for Design in New York and had attended North Carolina School of the Arts for high school. Recently, Sean has begun a design line featuring hand drawn graphics with bold colors. Her home decor line is available exclusively at Barneys, and her accesories and prints are available at boutiques nationwide, as well as online. Ms. Yseult has also recently joined artist Louis St.Lewis in forming the collaborative art duo of Lewis & Yseult and their mixed media pieces have been well received by critics. Recent shows include exhibitions in New Orleans, North Carolina and Paris as well as CBGB's 315 gallery in NYC to benefit the ailing nightclub. Sean has also been a member of The Rawk Show - Fine Art by Musicians, in Texas.
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