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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The cast of 90s classic The Craft.

Any fan of The Craft is probably eerily suspicious of Catholic high schools.

Those uniforms are… hiding something.

They are obviously casting various spells and curses on their enemies.

The film The Craft was released 22 years ago and the cast have taken completely different directions with their lives.

Here’s what the cast of The Craft have been doing since 1996.

Neve Campbell, who played Bonnie.

After playing the insecure Bonnie who cures herself of emotional and physical scars with witchcraft, Neve Campbell has catapulted into the acting spotlight.

Shortly after The Craft, the now 45-year-old was cast as Sidney Prescott, the protagonist in the horror movies Scream, making the actress a household name. She went on to star in the other two movies in Scream franchise, which ended in 2000.

DIn 2018 Neve Campbell announced that herself and her partner JJ Feild adopted a five month old named Raynor. The couple also share a 6-year-old son, Caspian.

Campbell has had various other roles over the years but her name was back in the spotlight when she got the part of Leann Harvey in the popular Netflix original House of Cards, after being introduced as a Texas-based political consultant in Season 4.

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Last year she also starred in the action film Skyscraper, alongside Dwayne Johnson, and Hot Air directed by Frank Coraci.

Robin Tunney, who played Sarah.

 

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Since her time playing Sarah, the new kid at the Los Angeles school in The Craft, Robin Tunney has been cast in a range of successful acting roles.

Between 2005 and 2006, Tunney played Lincoln’s lawyer and friend Veronica Donovan in Prison Break, before being cast as Teresa Lisbon in The Mentalist between 2008 and 2015.

The Chicago born actress married producer and director Bob Goose one year before she starred in The Craft, but the pair divorced in 2006. The 46-year-old continued to be engaged to Australian writer and director Andrew Dominik, before splitting and becoming engaged to interior designer Nicky Marmet.

In 2016, Marmet and Tunney, who appear to still be engaged, gave birth to their first child, Oscar.

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Rachel True, who played Rochelle.

Since playing Rochelle in The Craft, Rachel True’s life has veered well and truly away from acting.

Between 2002 and 2006 she played Mona Thorne in Half & Half, and appeared in several TV films, also opting for the occasional voice-over role.

In 2018, she also received the role of Doctor Tryvniak in horror film The Manor.

However, the actress found herself pursuing a more… mystical profession.

The 52-year-old is currently a tarot-card reader in Los Angeles, so it appears those spells she cast in The Craft might not have been completely… fake.

Fairuza Balk, who played Nancy.

 

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Following her role as a twisted witch in The Craft, Fairuza Balk has pursued an acting and music career.

The 44-year-old played a love interest in The Waterboy alongside Adam Sandler in 1998, and groupie Sapphire alongside Kate Hudson in Almost Famous in 2000.

In 2010, the actress released a single “Stormwinds” under the artist name “Armed Love Militia”.

She now lives in Venice, California, but has an apartment in New York City.

Skeet Ulrich, who played Chris.

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After spreading lies about sleeping with Sarah in The Craft 22 years ago, Skeet Ulrich has been cast in a few popular roles, but has had a very tumultuous personal life.

In 1997, he married Georgina Cates in a small ceremony. Four years later, Georgina gave birth to the couple’s twins, Naiia Rose and Jackon Dyland, but the pair divorced in 2005, citing irreconcilable differences.

In 2012, the actor married  Amelia Jackson-Gray, but the couple divorced in 2015. The next year, Ulrich became engaged to model Rose Costa, but the couple never married and later split in 2017.

The 48-year-old is now widely recognised as the father of Jughead Jones in the CW series on Netflix Riverdale.

Between 2007 and 2014, he played various voices on Robot Chicken.

His daughter Naiia Ulrich has a notable following on Instagram, with 68,300 followers, while her twin brother Jakob closely follows with 66,800 followers.

Breckin Meyer, who played Mitt.

 

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Breckin Meyer was in almost every teen movie in the late 90’s and early 2000s, and played Mitt, an arrogant wise-cracker in The Craft.

Following the 1996 film, he starred in the DreamWorks hit Road Trip, before appearing in Rat Race and Kate and Leopold in 2001, and Garfield 2004.

He has been nominated for three Emmys for his writing for Robot Chicken, and in 2018 played Trey Kirkman in political drama Designated Survivor.

In 2001, Meyer married director Deborah Kaplan, and has two daughters with her. The pair divorced in 2014.

Christine Taylor, who played Laura Lizzie.

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Christine Taylor catapulted to fame after her time as Laura Lizzie on The Craft.

The 47-year-old actress featured in Friends as Bonnie, The Wedding Singer as Holly Sullivan, Zoolander as Matilda Jeffries and as Kate Veatch in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. 

In 2007, Taylor starred as Lindsey Jones in License to Wed.

In 2000, the Pennsylvanian actress married Ben Stiller, after working with him on the TV show Head Vision and Jack.

They have a daughter and a son together, but separated in 2017.

As far we know, none of these actors are still casting spells on their enemies... That we know of.

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