Crystal Hunt is well known for her roles from daylight television, but is now beginning to branch out into the film industry. Hunt is best known for two prominent roles on daylight television, playing Lizzie Spaulding for four years on Guiding Light, which earned her a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series. Followed by the role of Stacy Morasco for two seasons on One Life to Live. However, she entertainment career goes well beyond those two performances.
A series of pageants and commercials finally led to her breaking into the television industry with a series of fictional roles, as well as several appearances as herself. Crystal’s latest breakout role was in Magic Mike XXL which was released in 2015, as noted in this PR Newswire article, “Crystal Hunt Earns Featured Role in Magic Mike XXL“. The all-star cast of Magic Mike XXL brought in over $122 million worldwide across over 3,300 theaters.
Crystal’s talents do not stop at acting though, as she has also moved into the world of film production. In the upcoming Talbot County, which is currently in post-production, Hunt served as the executive producer, her first opportunity in that role. The film is described as “Six college kids in a sleepy Southern town, assigned a group project to rediscover a moment in history. A Hitchcockian tale of horror set in 1986 that delves into a hundred year old fable where our students are met with very real consequences that go beyond any classroom lessons.” An official release date has not been set yet for the film.
For now fans can look for Crystal Hunt in the upcoming second season of Queens of Drama on the POP network. For more on Crystal and all of her projects, visit her official website at http://crystalhunt.com/.