The Craft Is Getting a Reboot! See the Original 90s Cast Then and Now
Campbell has had many notable film appearances since The Craft, including Panic, the Scream franchise and Skyscraper. On the small screen, she is known for playing Lizzie Shepherd, sister to McDreamy in Grey’s Anatomy and LeAnn Harvey in House of Cards.
Since playing the new witch on the block Sarah Bailey, Tunney starred in the CBS hit The Mentalist, as well as the first two seasons of Prison Break. Following several film appearances, she can now be seen in new ABC legal drama The Fix.
In the 90s, Ulrich was known best for playing Chris Hooker in The Craft and his role in the first Scream film. Today, he stars on Riverdale as FP Jones, Jughead’s father. In between, he appeared in TV's Jericho and the Law and Order franchise.
After portraying Rochelle Zimmerman, True has kept a low profile in the acting world, most notably starring in the UPN comedy series Half & Half from 2002 to 2006. She is now reportedly a tarot-card reader in Echo Park, Los Angeles.
After playing bully Laura Lizzie, Taylor has snagged several roles in popular films such as The Wedding Singer, Zoolander and DodgeBall, the latter two of which also featured her husband Ben Stiller. In 2017, the couple separated.
Balk continued her trend of dark characters as a goth neo-Nazi in American History X. She also landed a role alongside Adam Sandler in The Waterboy. Her most recent notable role was her seven-episode stint in Ray Donovan in 2015.
While he had a much longer resume before his role as Sarah’s father, Mr. Bailey, DeYoung has only acted in a limited amount since. His most recent film is the 2014 biographical drama Wild, alongside Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern.