The name Crystal Hunt is one the majority of TV viewers will be familiar with after she spent the majority of the 2000s starring in the biggest daytime soap operas in the U.S. Crystal has never been a star to remain rooted in a single character for long enough to be become typecast, which is why she has found it so simple to move between roles as she remains popular with fans in many different genres.
Over the course of her career Crystal Hunt has been a child star, award winning soap opera actress, movie actress, and reality TV regular; Hunt has made the leap between the small and big screens on a number of occasions, but recently made her biggest mark on the movies yet with a featured role as Lauren in “Magic Mike: XXL”. The critically acclaimed box office success saw Hunt take on a major role and embark on many red carpet events designed to promote the “Magic Mike” brand.
Her performance in “Magic Mike: XXL” was not the first time Crystal has featured in a major movie, in fact her first movie role was in “The Derby Stallion” alongside former Disney star Zac Efron. Despite the range of roles Crystal has taken on over the last decade she remains best remembered for her performances as Lizzie Spaulding in “Guiding Light” and Stacy Morasco in “One Life To Live”. The short period Crystal spent playing Stacy Morasco is one of the best received in the history of daytime soaps and saw her character brought back to feature as a ghost on a number of occasions after she left “One Life To Live” as a regular cast member.
The success Crystal Hunt enjoyed as a daytime soap opera star has seen her brought back to TV screens as a regular member of the cast for the soap opera based reality show “Queens of Drama”. This well received scripted reality show sees Crystal and fellow female former soap opera stars forming a production company in a bid to bring high quality drama back to primetime network programming.