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Also known as “cunning folk,” these were medieval witches believed to practice magic for the purposes of good rather than evil. The term is also used by some to describe a modern witch.
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Tilda is best known for her role as Jadis, the White Witch
in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe.
'I know I'm going to have children backing away from me for the rest of my life,' says the award-winning actress who takes on her most visually arresting role yet as Jadis, the White Witch