Whatever Happened to Robin Tunney from ‘The Craft’?
Robin Jessica Tunney's first lead role as vulnerable teenage witch Sarah in the 1996 film 'The Craft' had us drooling from her first scene. She was hot, feisty, powerful, and could change into a blonde at will. So what ever happened to Robin Tunney?
After 'The Craft', Robin starred in the 1999 film 'End of Days' opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, before transitioning to TV. She appeared in the 2004 pilot episode of 'House' and the first two seasons of FOX's 'Prison Break.' She currently stars in the CBS hit 'The Mentalist' as Teresa Lisbon.
Born in Chicago to a car salesman and a bartender, the Irish-American actress was raised in Orland Park, Illinois, a southwest suburb of Chicago. She moved to LA at 19 to pursue her career in acting, which started on TV with recurring roles on shows like 'Class of '96,' 'Law & Order,' 'Dream On,' and 'Life Goes On.' Just before 'The Craft' she got her big break with the 1995 film 'Empire Records,' where she played Deb the suicidal record store employee who shaves her head.
Today, she's got a full head of luscious locks for her newest starring role in the 2013 film 'See Girl Run.' We'd still kiss her on the lips: