Crystal Hunt proved herself to be an excellent actress at an early age by performing in pageants as a child. On her way to fame, she appeared with NSYNC in an advertisement, and later took on the role of a struggling teenage character named Lizzie Spaulding on the daytime soap opera, Guiding Light. Due to her impressive natural talent for acting, she ended up working on the show from 2003 to 2006 and eventually received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.
During her time on television, Hunt appeared in her first full-length movie with Zac Efron, the 2005 family film The Derby Stallion. After leaving Guiding Light, Hunt also acted alongside actress Amanda Bynes in the 2007 comedy film Sydney White.
Following her previous success in film and television, Hunt joined the cast of the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, as a manipulative stripper named Stacy Morasco. She spent approximately a year on the show before moving on, although she made a few appearances in later episodes.
Since then, Hunt has appeared in several movies, including NYC Underground and 23 Blast. Early in 2015, she also joined former soap stars Vanessa Marcil, Lindsay Hartley, Chrystee Pharris, Donna Mills, and Hunter Tylo for the reality television series Queens of Drama, in which these stars work on and behind the scenes to create a brand new primetime drama for television.
Hunt’s most recent appearance took place in the motion picture Magic Mike XXL, which first aired in theaters on July 1, 2015. As she has done in each of her roles, Hunt brought her brilliant acting skills to the set of the sequel, Magic Mike XXL, and captured the attention of her audience. If she continues to bring her characters to life with her talents, the future looks bright for her acting career.