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Oh, Fairuza Balk. Her career never quite took off the way it was supposed to after her breakout in 1996's The Craft, but boy did she look good as the gothtastic fledgling witch Nancy. Those teeth were just so sexy!

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Fairuza Balk — the actress who played mean and crazy Nancy — actually practices witchcraft (or at least she did around the time of production). Shortly after filming The Craft, she bought an occult shop. Since ‘96, Balk has been acting in indie movies, but is best known for her role in The Craft.

Apparently, "professional Wicca consultant" is a job and other unexpected facts about the production of this '90s movie.

The Craft (1996)

Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, Robin Tunney, and Rachel True in The Craft (1996)

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Several odd and kind of creepy things disrupted the filming of this Invocation scene, in which the girls are using actual Wiccan invocations: - A flock of bats descended on the group, extinguishing the candles. - Several times while trying to begin the scene, waves suddenly rolled up the beach in full force. - In one take, when Nancy says, “Manon, fill me,” the crew lost power.

Apparently, "professional Wicca consultant" is a job and other unexpected facts about the production of this '90s movie.