Crystal Hunt: A Lifelong Career

How many of us can say we were doing what we do now ever since we were born? Not many I’m sure. An exception to this is the actress Crystal Hunt. Crystal knew what she wanted to do with her life from a very young age. Born on February 5, 1985 in Clearwater, Florida, Hunt began competing in pageant shows at the of 2 years old. Her talent in the pageants was acting. She went on to star in many commercials and in 2003 at the age of 17, Hunt auditioned for a role on the daytime drama “Guiding Light” and was cast as “Lizzie Spaulding”, a role that she received an Emmy nomination for.

Hunt then went on to star in movies. In 2005 she starred alongside Zac Efron in the major motion picture “The Derby Stallion” and in 2007 she costarred with Amanda Bynes in the film “Sydney White”.

In 2009 Hunt returned to television and was cast as “Stacy Morasco” on the daytime series “One Life to Live” and then leaving the role 3 years later in 2012.

She returned to film in 2013 when she costarred alongside her good friend Dania Ramirez in thriller “NYC Underground” from Lionsgate films. Then in 2014 Hunt returned to television while working on “Queens of Drama” which aired in April of 2015.

Returning once again to the big screen, on Facebook Hunt announced she would be starring alongside Channing Tatum and others in “Magic Mike XXL”, the sequel to the popular film “Magic Mike”. “Magic Mike XXL” was released to theaters in July of 2015.

Besides her acting career, Crystal worked with her good friend Dania Ramirez and together they produced the feature film “Talbot County”, a horror movie based on the legend of the Talbot County werewolf, Emily Burt.