|“||Because I don't like negroids.||„|
|~ Laura Lizzie answering Rochelle Gorden's question on why she keeps bullying her.|
Laura Lizzie is a minor villainess in the 1996 supernatural horror movie The Craft. Laura is the typical "racist White girl" who victimizes her African-American classmate Rochele. After she pushes Rochelle too far, Rochelle causes her to gradually go bald to make her pay for her racist remarks.
She was portrayed by Christine Taylor.
Laura herself is spoiled, has the typical Barbie doll look, and obviously comes from a wealthy American Caucasian family. She is a student attending St. Benedict's Catholic School and she has contempt not only for Rochelle, but also for her 3 friends, Nancy, Bonnie, and the newcomer Sarah Bailey. Sarah becomes attracted to the popular jock Chris Hooker who began to spread a false rumor of them having sex around his schoolmates including the snobbish smug Laura and disrespected Sarah. After she pushes Rochelle too far, Rochelle causes her to gradually go bald. Sarah mentions that Laura has many split ends, implying she is not a natural blonde and in fact dyes her own hair.
When Rochelle's spell made her hair fall out since after her coven invoked the spirit of the nature deity Manon, Laura began to break down and freak out all the time as seen by Rochelle in a gym shower before Rochelle turned her eyes left towards to a mirror with her reflection supernaturally looking the same way as she does.
Eventually, she began to be nicer to Rochelle that night at a party at the schoolmate Trey's house when Chris Hooker was pushed out of the window and killed by the vindictive Nancy's magic; however, Rochelle, who was there with Bonnie and Sarah that same night, was not fazed by Laura's hair-loss plight.
Laura is very cruel and self-centered, not really caring about the feelings of others. She is beautiful and obviously comes from a wealthy family. When Rochelle's spell made her hair fall out, she began to break down and freak out at times. Eventually, she began to be nicer to Rochelle. This caused Rochelle to feel extreme guilt about casting the spell.