A child actress grown up (and out) in mysteriously sexy ways, Fairuza Balk started her screen career at eleven, starring as Dorothy in Return to Oz (1985). Fairuza means turquoise in Persian, and she gave her fans turquoise balls while playing a loose convent girl in Milos Forman's Valmont (1989). But Fairuza showed her true colors as Shade, the sensitive girl in Gas, Food, Lodging (1992). She snared further cult status with her starring role as a psychotic goth-girl witch in The Craft (1996). Fairuza went mainstream playing the girlfriend of Adam Sandler in the smash comedy The Waterboy (1998) and the girlfriend of neo-Nazi Edward Norton in American History X (1998). And she made us all sticky as a band-aid in the '70s cock-rock epic Almost Famous (2000). Fairuza is at her fairiskiest in American History X showing her white-powerful body in an intense sex scene. Sieg, hottie!
Dose of Reality (2013) - as Rose
Life in the Fast Lane (1998) - as Mona
Tollbooth (1994) - as Doris