- "The Craft" was released over 26 years ago on May 3, 1996.
- Rachel True, who played Rochelle Zimmerman, is now a tarot card reader in addition to an actress.
- Helen Shaver, who played the mother of Nancy Downs, directed the hit show "Maid" on Netflix.
After fellow students Bonnie Harper, Nancy Downs, and Rochelle Zimmerman discover Sarah is a witch, they invite her to join their newly formed coven.
Before landing her starring role in "The Craft," Tunney made her film debut in "Encino Man" and, three years later, she appeared as Debra in the cult-classic movie "Empire Records."
Her most recent acting credits include roles on Netflix's "Insatiable" and "Horse Girl."
Tunney also starred as the lead on ABC's "The Fix," a murder drama. However, "The Fix" was canceled by ABC in 2019 after just one season.
Throughout the movie, Nancy becomes even more hungry for power as their coven grows stronger. In the end, Nancy is committed to a psychiatric hospital, completely stripped of her powers.
Following her role in "The Craft," Balk landed the role of Sapphire in another cult classic, "Almost Famous," starring Kate Hudson. She was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture in 2000.
Balk has also done voice work for a number of TV shows and documentaries, including "Family Guy" and "Justice League."
Balk's most recent acting credit is as Roxy in the "Close Enough" episode "Halloween Enough," which is the highest-rated episode of the television series on IMDb.
Bonnie later goes to a doctor hoping to heal her scars, which is unsuccessful. Later in the movie, she casts a beauty spell, which heals her. However, as a result, she becomes vain and eventually loses her powers.
In 1997, Campbell won the MTV Movie Award for best female performance for "Scream 2." Campbell went on to reprise her role in "Scream 3" and "Scream 4." In September 2020, it was announced she would also be joining the cast of the fifth "Scream" film, which was slated to be released on January 14, 2022.
In addition to her acting credits, Campbell is also the mother of two sons, one of whom the actress adopted with partner JJ Feild.
The young witch casts a revenge spell on her bully, Laura Lizzie, causing her to lose her hair after she makes fun of Rochelle's curly hair.
In 2017, it was reported that True was working as a tarot card reader in Los Angeles' Echo Park neighborhood. True later told Dazed Digital in 2019 that it was difficult to make it in Hollywood as a Black actress, leading her to start her own tarot business at House of Intuition in Los Angeles.
"Hollywood made it clear I was not the leading lady but her quirky best friend," she said.
True is now the author of "True Heart Intuitive Tarot," a guidebook to tarot which includes a 78-card illustrated tarot deck as well as 22 memoir essays about True's "mystic minded Hollywood life." She's also still acting and was cast in season 2 of "Harlem."
After Sarah casts a spell on Chris to make him fall in love with her, Nancy tricks Chris with magic to make him believe he is hooking up with Sarah at a party when it is really her.
After Sarah interrupts them, it is revealed that Nancy has feelings for Chris. After he rejects her, it doesn't end well for him.
Ulrich played FP Jones from season one of "Riverdale" up until the fourth season. In February 2020, he said he would be leaving the show ahead of season five.
In addition to his role on "Riverdale," Ulrich has also acted in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "CSI: NY," Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken" series, and "Law and Order: LA." He is also known for his role as Billy Loomis in "Scream."
After insulting Rochelle's curly hair, Laura is the subject of a revenge spell that makes her lose her own blonde hair.
In 1998, Taylor played the role of Holly Sullivan in "The Wedding Singer." Then, a few years later, she starred alongside her husband Ben Stiller in "Zoolander."
She went on to have roles in other Stiller movies like "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story," "Tropic Thunder," and "Zoolander 2."
The pair, who have two children together, separated in 2017 after 17 years of marriage. However, Stiller said in 2022 that he and Taylor had rekindled their marriage.
Friends with Chris Hooker and Trey, Mitt is a wise-cracking student who taunts Sarah and other members of the coven.
Among Meyer's most prominent film credits are roles in "Road Trip," "Rat Race," and "Garfield: The Movie," and, most recently, "Unpregnant."
He has also voice acted in "Robot Chicken" since 2005.
He is portrayed as a loving, but clueless, father who doesn't know about his daughter's otherworldly abilities, despite his late wife being a natural witch herself.
Sarah is later led to believe by the rest of the coven that her father and stepmother have been killed in a plane crash, but they are actually alive.
His later film credits include "Reality Queen!", "Suicide Kings," "Road to Nowhere," and "Wild."
DeYoung has also guest-starred on shows like "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," "The West Wing," and "The Young and the Restless."
DeYoung has been married to his wife, Gypsy DeYoung, since 1970.
Lirio offers Sarah advice on witchcraft and gives her a book titled "Beginner's Guide to the Craft." After the coven turns on Sarah, she goes to Lirio for help.
Lirio shows Sarah her sanctuary in the back of her store and tries to teach her to invoke Manon, which would strip the other witches of her power. However, before she can, Sarah is frightened away by a false vision of the shop exploding.
Aside from "The Craft," her film and television credits include roles in "Borgia," "Sharpe," "Matador," and "Falcon Crest."
She is frequently abused by her alcoholic husband, Ray Saunders, who is Nancy's stepfather. After Nancy casts a spell that kills him, Nancy and Grace are left with a $175,000 life insurance payout which allows them to rent a glamorous apartment.
After "The Craft," Shaver landed roles in "Poltergeist: The Legacy" and "The L Word," among others.
In addition to her acting credits, Shaver has also worked as an acclaimed director. In 1999, Shaver made her directorial debut with "Summer's End," which won an Emmy and earned her a nomination for best director. She went on to direct episodes of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Private Practice," "13 Reasons Why," and "Westworld."
Shaver was also the director of the critically acclaimed limited series "Maid" on Netflix.