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'The Craft' Cast: Where Are the Stars Now?

To celebrate the film that's now playing on Fuse, we look into what Fairuza Balk, Skeet Ulrich and more have been doing since

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Robin Tunney

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When we were introduced to Robin Tunney as the shy Sarah Bailey in The Craft (released May 3, 1996), she didn't realize she was a natural born witch until she met her wicked classmates. After proving that she had the ultimate power of the coven and being called upon the Manon spirit, the now-44-year-old Tunney moved on to star in Supernova, The In-Laws, The Zodiac and My All American. She also appeared on in Fox's Prison Break and CBS' The Mentalist

Her most recent role is in Judd Apatow's Netflix romantic comedy series Love, which has its Season 2 premiere this year 2017.

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Fairuza Balk

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Balk played Nancy Downs, the chilling, controlling, evil-as-fuck and absolutely badass leader of her teenage witch coven. She made a lasting impression both on and off the screen thanks to her signature snarl and goth chic style that many girls attempted to pull off. After The Craft's release, the actress continued to score somber roles in The Island of Dr. Moreau with Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer. She also played a neo-Nazi in 1998's American History X alongside Edward Norton, and starred in The Waterboy.

The now-42-year-old also landed TV roles in Family Guy, The Sopranos and—most recently—Showtime's crime drama Ray Donovan. Back in 2010, Balk started a singing career under the moniker Armed Love Militia.

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Neve Campbell

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Neve Campbell already made a name for herself as Julia Salinger in Fox's Party of Five, but her role as the troubled Bonnie Hyper in The Craft helped introduce the actress into more mature audiences. Following the film's release, she transformed into a horror queen by starring in the iconic Scream franchise as Sidney Prescott. The 43-year-old now owns the role of LeAnn Harvey in Netflix's House of Cards.

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Rachel True

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True went from her home of New York City to Hollywood with her breakout role as the vengeful witch Rochelle Zimmerman. She had prior guest TV roles on The Cosby Show, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and more, but The Craft placed her in the movie world. She later starred as Mary Jane in 1998's Half Baked and 2007's The Perfect Holiday.

Now 50, the actress returned to TV with roles on The Drew Carey ShowOnce and Again and Dawson's Creek. But True is most known for playing Mona Thorne on UPN's Half & Half alongside Essence Atkins; it aired for four seasons from 2002-2006.

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Skeet Ulrich

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Now 46, Ulrich became the naughtier-than-your-average-teen heartthrob in the '90s, thanks to his role as the popular but misogynistic Chris Hooker in The Craft. The Virginia native soon reunited with co-star Neve Campbell in 1996's Scream, where he played her boyfriend, Billy Loomis, and the iconic Ghostface killer. The actor later scored roles in 1997's As Good as It Gets, 1998's The Newton Boys and 2009's Armored. He also had a 14-episode stint on Law & Order: LA from 2000-2001.

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