Crystal Hunt’s Road to Success

Born in Clearwater, Florida on February 5, 1985, and just 2 years after Crystal Hunt began participating in pageants with a talent for acting.17 years later Crystal was discovered by an agent in New York at the Actors Workshop. Right then and there she would be known as Lizzie Spaulding on CBS’s hit series, Guiding Light. For four years she worked vigorously on the set and in return Hunt was nominated for two Emmy Awards in 2005. One for the Daytime Emmy Award and the second for Soap Opera Digest Award. Later that year she made her first debut in a motion picture film. Starring with Zac Efron she would play the role of Jill Overton in The Derby Stallion. She continued to extend her film career 2 years later in Sydney White with Amanda Bynes in a modern day version of the fairy tale, Snow White. Crystal would then return to television in 2009 as Stacy Morasco, a duplicitous stripper on One Life to Live, where she would spend the next three years. In 2013, she went back to film, but this time, to star in a suspense/thriller movie known as NYC Underground. This movie was focused on four teens who got involved in a drug deal that took a turn for the worst. Some of her costars were Evan Ross, Arielle Kebbel, and Dania Ramirez.

In Dylan Baker’s debut film, 23 Blast, Crystal would play a short role as Molly, Travis’ love before the fatal football injury. Inspired by a true story, this motion picture was released in October 2014. The following year, she would work on and off the set to inspire a new primetime drama, Queens of Drama. IMDb tells us Hunt is also joined by producer and actress Donna Mills and four-time award winning actress Vanessa Marcil. This show aired in April of last year. Last but not least, while devoting most of her time filming Queens of Drama, Crystal would begin dividing her time between Los Angeles and Georgia to develop the sequel, Mike XXL. This movie was released early July of last year.  To see Crystal’s full body of work, check out her photography website.