Emmy Nominated, Crystal Hunt, Stars in Soaps, Film, and Reality Television

Crystal Hunt is an Emmy-nominated soap opera and movie star who was born February 5, 1985 and grew up in Clearwater, Florida. The 31-year-old Hunt is most recognized for her roles as Stacey Morasco on “One Life to Live” and Lizzie Spaulding on “Guiding Light.” Hunt has worked most of her life in show business, grabbing gigs as early as 6 months old. Her childhood acting and singing lessons paid off, landing her the role as Daughter in the 1991 hit movie, “The Problem Child 2.”

Since then, Hunt starred in a few big name commercials such as The Walt Disney Company’s 25th-anniversary celebration and an anti-drug advertisement with NSYNC. She was nominated in 2005 for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Lizzie Spaulding on “Guiding Light.”

Hunt has had various acting roles in major films as well. She starring as Jill Overton in “Derby Stallion” (2005) and supporting roles as Dinky in “Sydney White” (2007), Molly in “23 Blast” (2014), Hannah in “N.Y.C. Underground,” (2013), and most notably Lauren in “Magic Mike XXL” (2015). She most recently stars as herself in her own reality show, “Queens of Drama,” a docu-series on “POP,” which according to Hunt, “follows a group of former daytime and primetime actresses working together in front of and behind the cameras to develop, pitch, and promote a new series.” She stars alongside such heavy-hitters as Joan Collins, Donna Mills, and Vanessa Marcil.

Hunt can be followed on her official website at http://www.crystalhuntphotography.com