Crystal Hunt’s 13 Years of Growing Success

Crystal Hunt is a successful actress and producer, with several roles under her belt. With a career that began at the age of eighteen, she has spent the last twelve years taking on parts for both television shows and movies. Above all, her most prominent roles have been that of daytime soap operas.

Her first acting experience came with the role of Lizzie Spaulding on the soap opera hit “Guiding Light” in 2003. Over the next three years with “Guiding Light”, Crystal would take home two separate acting award nominations. She received both a “Daytime Emmy Award” nomination and a “Soap Opera Digest “award nomination in 2005.

Before leaving “Guiding Light” in 2006, Crystal Hunt progressed with her career and moved to movies. She played the role of Jill Overton in the movie “The Derby Stallion” with Zac Efron in 2005. In 2007, she landed a supporting actress role on the set of “Sydney White”, starring Amanda Bynes. But this didn’t mean that her soap opera time was over.

In 2009, Crystal joined the cast of “One Life to Live” as Stacy Morasco. Crystal was the first actress to play this role. After a three-year run, Crystal took time off before returning to film, and to expand her career even further.

Crystal Hunt’s acting career continued with two major motion pictures. Aside from “23 Blast” in 2014, and “Magic Mike XXL” in 2015, she also took a role in the American scripted reality show “Queens of Drama”, a show that challenged soap opera stars to form a production company for a new drama pilot.

In 2015, Crystal also moved to the Executive Producer role, taking part in the production of the film, “Talbot County”, which has yet to be released.

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