Sandra Bullock has starred in a boatload of films since her time as Sally Owens, won an Oscar for Best Actress in 2010, and had the most epic reaction to being named People’s 2015 “World’s Most Beautiful Woman.”
Dianne Wiest had already won two Oscars — Best Actress in 1987 and Best Supporting Actress in 1995 — when she co-starred in Practical Magic. Wiest won an Emmy in 2008 for her work on In Treatment, and currently stars in Life in Pieces on CBS.
Stockard Channing as Aunt Frances
Stockard Channing has continued to work in TV, film, and theater. She’s won three Emmys, a Tony, and has been nominated for an Oscar.
Evan Rachel Wood as Kylie
Evan Rachel Wood has continued to star in films and TV, and does voiceover work. She's also an absolutely killer singer, and is one half of the duo Rebel and a Basketcase. She's starring in the upcoming HBO adaptation of Westworld.
Alexandra Artrip as Antonia
Before Practical Magic, Alexandra played roles in Walker, Texas Ranger and Touched by an Angel — but hasn't acted since the late '90s. She has a great Instagram, and an adorable dog you can stalk.
Camilla Belle as Young Sally
Before her role in Practical Magic, Camilla played that little girl who got attacked by dinosaurs at the beginning of The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Since then, she's continued to act — mostly in indie films. And Taylor Swift maybe/probably/definitely wrote a song about her.
Goran Visnjic as Jimmy Angelov
Best known for his role on ER as Luka Kovac, he's also set to star in NBC's new time travel show, Timeless, this fall.
Aidan Quinn as Gary Hallet
Quinn has continued to star in TV and film, including in Elementary as Captain Thomas Gregson. We hope he can still flip pancakes in the air, is marvelously kind, and that his favorite shape is a star.
✨ Time flies. ✨
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