Fairuza Balk was born as Fairuza Alejandra Feldthouse on the 21st May 1974, in Point Reyes, California, USA, and has mixed heritage – from her father`s side as Romani and Cherokee, and from her mothers, Irish and French.
She is probably best known for being an actress who has appeared in a number of roles in TV and film titles, including the role of Dorothy Gale in “Return To Oz” (1985), as Shade in “Gas Food Lodging” (1992), and for playing Nancy Downs in “The Craft” (1996).
Fairuza Balk is the daughter of Solomon Feldthouse, who worked as a traveling musician and was one of the founding members of the band Kaleidoscope, and Cathryn Falk, who was a belly dancer.
By the end of the 1990s, she had appeared in several other notable roles, including that of Mona in the film “Life In The Fast Lane” (1998), and Stacey in the film “American History X” (1998), among others, all of which added to her net worth.
Balk continued acting successfully in the early 2000s, appearing in the films “Red Letters”, “Almost Famous”, in 2000, and two years later she featured in the films “Personal Velocity”, and “Deuces Wild”.