Crystal Hunt is an Emmy-nominated American actress who first entered the high demand career of acting at the age of 17 in 2003. She began acting in the daytime TV drama Guiding Light (2003-06) in her role as Lizzie Spaulding, a troubled daughter and misguided teenager. Earning Crystal the Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 2005 for her role as this dynamic character.
In 2005 Crystal’s career in films took off. She went on to play roles as the older sister of Chuck Overton in the family movie The Derby Stallion. In 2007 as Demetria “Dinky” Rosenead Hodgekin in Sydney White, beside Amanda Bynes. Crystal Hunt later joined ABC’s One Life to Live in 2009, playing the original role of a former Las Vegas stripper as Stacy Morasco.
Through her work in daytime drama and film Crystal has learned to capture the world through a lens and is an avid landscape photographer in her hometown of Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Her most recent venture in 2014 included her first executive production role, in the sleepy southern horror movie about six college students who tackle the werewolf legend of Emily Burt, titled Talbot Country. Crystal continues to produce and be active both in front of and behind the camera in Queens of Drama a TV series that follows a group of actresses as they work to create, develop, and produce a new extraordinary, serialized, prime-time drama hoping to land a pilot deal by the end of the season.
One of Crystal’s latest roles finds her playing Lauren an unconventional character in the sequel to the 2012 film Magic Mike, in the 2015 comedy-drama movie Magic Mike XXL starring Channing Tatum.