Crystal Hunt got her start in television at an early age. As a child, she participated in pageants and starred in commercials, including one with N*SYNC. After she was spotted by a talent agent at New York City’s Actors Workshop, Hunt was cast in her most famous role: Lizzie Spaulding on the CBS daytime series Guiding Light. She was just 17 years old. After a few years doing films, Crystal Hunt returned to daytime TV as Stacy Morasco on ABC’s One Life to Live.
After playing Lizzie for four years, Crystal Hunt moved on to a career in movies. She played opposite Zac Efron in the feel-good family film The Derby Stallion, appeared alongside Amanda Bynes in Sydney White, appeared in the inspirational true football story 23 Blast, and starred in the thriller NYC Underground. She most recently appeared in the Channing Tatum blockbuster Magic Mike XXL.
Crystal Hunt has also recently tried her hand at producing. Along with her longtime best friend and fellow actress Dania Ramirez, Hunt produced Talbot County, a suspenseful horror film in the style of Alfred Hitchcock that is based on a true story. Find her on Facebook to keep up to date on Crystal Hunt news.