Crystal Hunt had been one of the most accomplished young people to reach acclaim from daytime drama performances on Guiding Light and One Life to Live and then find her way as a producer. As a lovely young actress, Crystal Hunt made her mark as Lizzie Spaulding from 2003 to 2006 on the daytime soap, Guiding Light Then after a hiatus from the soaps she returned to them as Stacy Morasco of One Life to Live between 2009 and 2010. These were her most famous parts although she has starred in many since the tender age of two.

Hunt has stated on Facebook that she got her start in beauty pageants from that young age being an actress for the talent portion of the competition. Her perfect facial features and the entire package landed her many commercial deals, specifically a Walt Disney Company 25th anniversary promo real and an public service announcement to prevent drug abuse with NSYNC. No one who loves the Soaps will forget her three year role as Lizzie Spaulding. As the troubled teen daughter of Philip and Beth Raines, Guding Light was her home and real foothold in a television series. Her work went so well during that period that she received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 2005 for the category of Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.

Crystal also has a good growing movie career underway with her appearance in The Derby Stallion. Later on in 2007, Crystal was cast in the Universal Picture film Sydney White as the character, “Dinky.” Shortly after this period she became a member of the daytime crew again with One Life to Live as Stacy Morasco. As Stacy, she eventually met with death and left the cast only to return as an apparition of Stacy in one of Clint Buchanan’s nightmares in January of 2012.

Since then she has entered into the entrepreneurial world by opening a specialty shop for pets in Clearwater, Florida called My Pets Dream Boutique. Taking the reins in production, Crystal started her career as a producer with a feature film called Talbot County. Follow her on her official website.

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