Back in 1996, The Craft became an instant hit with a young female cast led by Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk and Neve Campbell. With a supernatural element, and such a talented cast, the film went on to blow its $15 million budget out of the water by earning $55 million. The Craft took a very different turn from all of the other teen films being released at the time and is now considered a cult favorite, and 20 years laters fans still re-watch the movie over and over again. Now, all of the stars have continued on and have gone different directions in their careers, so check out what they have done and how they have fared in their career since starring in The Craft.
7. Breckin Meyer
Estimated Net Worth: $8 Million. Breckin Meyer is one of the most recognizable faces from the ’90s thanks to his role in some of the decade’s biggest teen movies. After small roles on television, he landed his first film part in 1991’s Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare. After a few more roles on TV, he got a series of big breaks, appearing in Payback and then most notably the classic 1995 teen film Clueless as Travis, and the very next year landed the role of Mitt in The Craft. He has had continuous work since and is best known for his parts in Road Trip, Rat Race, Kate & Leopold, Herbie Fully Loaded and most recently for his role in the series Franklin & Bash. Meyer now has an estimated net worth of $8 million.