Fans of daytime soap operas known the name Crystal Hunt as one of the best known actresses in the genre of the 21st century. However, there is more to the life of Crystal Hunt than just her time spent as Lizzie Spaulding in “Guiding Light” and Stacy Morasco in “One Life To Live”; Crystal has also spent a large part of both her childhood and adult life in the public eye for a number of different reasons, particularly her work as a child star and recent rebirth as a reality TV regular.
Entertaining people has always been high on the list of achievements of Crystal Hunt, who began her career in pageants at the tender age of two; Hunt would go on to work with the Disney Corporation as the star of a movie to mark an important anniversary. Despite finding fame at an early age Crystal Hunt has seen her career continue on a steady climb the included one of the most successful stints in daytime soap that has ever been seen. Not only was Crystal nominated for an Emmy for her role on “Guiding Light”, but she followed this up with a career changing role as “One Life To Live” anti hero Stacy Morasco; Hunt was so successful as Stacy Morasco that she returned in a guest role for the final episodes much to the pleasure of fans of her sinister alter ego.
Throughout her career Crystal Hunt has looked to push the boundaries of her art with new and exciting roles in front of and behind the camera. The public has the pleasure of witnessing Crystal’s return to the big screen as Lauren in the critically acclaimed “Magic Mike: XXL”; which was followed by “Talbot County”, a movie starring and executive produced by Hunt herself.