On May 3, 2021, the movie "The Craft" — which tells the story of a telekinetic transfer student at a Los Angeles high school who becomes the fourth member of a group of wannabe witches — celebrates its 25th anniversary! In honor of the 1996 film's big milestone, join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at what the cast is up to now. Keep reading for more…
Robin Tunney portrays the new kid at school, Sarah Bailey, who possesses the gift of telekinesis.
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After starring in "The Craft," Robin Tunney went on to appear in films including 1997's "Niagara, Niagara," 1999's "End of Days" and 2000's "Supernova" and "Vertical Limit." She's since gone on to appear in 2006's "Hollywoodland," 2009's "Passenger Side" and 2018's "Looking Glass." But her most notable project was the CBS drama series "The Mentalist" on which she starred as California Bureau of Investigation agent Teresa Lisbon for seven seasons opposite Simon Baker from 2008 to 2015. More recently, in 2019, she appeared on the television series "The Fix" as Maya Travis and as Agatha Kaine in 2020's "Horse Girl" starring Alison Brie. Robin was previously married to director Bob Goose from 1995 to 2006 and was briefly engaged to Australian writer Andrew Dominik from 2009 to 2010. In 2012, she became engaged to Nicky Marmet, with whom she shares two children.
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Fairuza Balk portrays troubled wannabe witch Nancy Downs, the leader of the pack.
After starring in "The Craft," California native Fairuza Balk appeared in several films including 1998's "American History X," 2000's "Almost Famous," 2002's "Personal Velocity: Three Portraits," 2005's "Don't Come Knocking," 2008's "Humboldt County" and 2009's "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans." In 2015, she landed a recurring role on "Ray Donovan" and in 2021, she made her debut as Lizzie Thomas on the Amazon Prime series "Paradise City." Fairuza is also a musician: Since 2010, she's been releasing music as Armed Love Militia.
Rachel True portrays Rochelle Zimmerman, a would-be witch who seeks revenge against a racist popular girl at school.
Since appearing in "The Craft," Rachel True has kept a relatively low profile. She went on to land roles in films including 1997's "Nowhere" and 1998's "Half Baked." From 2002 to 2006, she portrayed Mona Thorne on UPN's "Half & Half." In 2020, she released the boxed set "True Heart Intuitive Tarot, Guidebook and Deck," featuring a card deck that's "uniquely made following a beautiful, multicultural aesthetic," her publisher explained, adding that Rachel is "a lifelong occultist" who has been "reading tarot cards long before being cast in the '90s witchy cult classic" film.
Neve Campbell plays soft-spoken wannabe witch Bonnie Harper, who has severe burn scars from an accident.
During the release of "The Craft," Neve Campbell was still starring as Julia Salinger on the hit FOX drama series "Party of Five," where she remained until the show ended in 2000. The same year "The Craft" came out, she starred as Sidney Prescott in the horror flick "Scream," which earned her numerous awards. She's since appeared in several films including 2000's "Drowning Mona," 2003's "The Company," 2004's "Churchill: The Hollywood Years," 2006's "Relative Strangers," 2015's "Walter," 2018's "Skyscraper" and 2020's "Clouds." She's also returned to the small screen: Neve appeared on NBC's "The Philanthropist" in 2009 and Netflix's "House of Cards" from 2016 to 2017. She'll next appear in the latest installment of the rebooted "Scream" franchise in 2022 and on the television series "The Lincoln Lawyer." Since March 2012, Neve has been in a relationship with actor JJ Feild, with whom she shares two children. She was previously married to Jeff Colt from 1995 to 1998 and John Light from 2007 to 2010.
Skeet Ulrich plays Chris Hooker, the popular kid at school.
Skeet Ulrich, who also appeared alongside Neve Campbell in 1996's "Scream," appeared in filming including 1997's "As Good as It Gets," 2001's "Kevin of the North" and 2018's "Escape Room" and starred as Jake Green on "Jericho" from 2007 to 2014 and Detective Rex Winters on "Law & Order: LA" from 2010 to 2011. From 2017 to 2021, he portrayed FP Jones (the father of Cole Sprouse's Jughead Jones) on The CW hit teen drama series "Riverdale." In 2020, he appeared in the short series "#Freerayshawn" as Sergeant Mike Trout. As for his forthcoming films? He'll next appear in "Blood" and "The Mystery of Casa Matusita." From 1997 to 2005, he was married to actress Georgina Cates, with whom he shares twins. He was wed to actress Amelia Jackson-Gray from 2012 to 2015. And he briefly romanced model Rose Costa from 2016 to 2017. In 2021, Skeet made headlines when he briefly dated "Pretty Little Liars" alum Lucy Hale.