Actress Crystal Hunt – Gracing Daytime and Big Screens Since Childhood

Crystal Hunt is no stranger to acting and performing. This 31-year-old beautiful and talented native of Clearwater, FL began appearing on screens at the tender age of six months. By the age of two she was already showcasing her acting talent in pageants. Throughout her childhood Crystal took acting and singing lessons and appeared in numerous commercials, including an anti-drug advertisement together with *NSYNC.

Crystal is best known for portraying Lizzie Spaulding, a complex character in the CBS soap opera “Guiding Light”. Crystal portrayed Lizzie from February 2003 until January 2006, and her impressive performance earned her a 2005 Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series, as well as a 2005 Soap Opera Digest Award nomination.

While still on “Guiding Light”, Crystal took part in “The Derby Stallion”, a movie featuring Zach Efron, and also portrayed a sorority member in “Sydney White”, with Amanda Bynes.

From February 2009 until March 2010, Crystal returned to daytime television to portray Stacy Morasco, an ill-fated character on the ABC soap opera “One Life to Live”.

During the last couple of years, Crystal has continued to develop her big-screen acting career with roles in additional movies, notably in “Magic Mike XXL”. She has also been involved in various other interesting ventures, including producing the feature film “Talbot County” with her friend, actress Dania Ramirez, owning a high-end pet supply store in her hometown in Florida, and taking part in the 2015 reality television series called “Queens of Drama”, which follows known former soap stars as they form a production company in order to try to produce their own television show.

It will be interesting to continue following the career of this longtime star of the small and big screen as she continues going from strength to strength.  Follow Crystal on Facebook, or look up her official website to keep informed about what this actress does next.