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Famous '90s women we still have crushes on - Page 20 of 87 - Kiwi Report

Famous '90s women we still have crushes on


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[post_page_title]Then: Fairuza Balk[/post_page_title]
Fairuza Balk may have started out in an innocent role in Disney’s Return to Oz in the ’80s, but by the ’90s she turned her image around. By 1992 she had decided to complete high school via correspondence and moved to Hollywood, where she began to win awards for her acting.

Then: Fairuza Balk

She starred in Gas Food Lodging as Shade and then proceeded to take on more gothic and grungy roles like in the film American History X and The Craft. By the end of the ’90s, she was already a star playing in The Waterboy alongside Adam Sandler.

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