Crystal Hunt: Born To Be An Actress

Crystal Hunt was born to be an actress. She began by participating in pageants when she was two years old. She studied singing and acting, and she received the opportunity to star in several commercials, including Walt Disney’s 25 Anniversary Special and an anti-drug message with *NSYNC.

Crystal Hunt’s first acting job came when she was 17 years old on the CBS daytime drama Guiding Light. She auditioned for and won the role of ‘Lizzie Spaulding’, a troubled teenager, which she played from 2003 to 2006. In 2005, Crystal received a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.

During this time, Crystal Hunt was able to break into the motion pictures by starring in The Derby Stallion with Zac Efron and Sydney White with Amanda Bynes. In 2009, Crystal secured a role as Stacy Morasco on ABC’s One Life To Live, and she landed a featured role as Lauren in Magic Mike XXL which gave her the opportunity to work with Channing Tatum.

TV.com tells us Crystal Hunt now can be seen on Pop Network’s Queens of Drama. She joins former daytime and prime time stars such as Lindsay Hartley, Vanessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo, and Donna Mills. In this program, they have come together to star in a reality show about creating a TV drama. It comes complete with tension and cattiness, everything needed for a fun drama. Crystal states, “We’ve discovered a way to use our extensive experience in the ‘soap opera world’ to create a script that’s truly unique and original.”