Daytime Emmy Highlights The Skills Of Crystal Hunt
Crystal Hunt has lived the majority of her life in the limelight after working on a series of TV shows and movies from a young age. Hunt had already been performing in pageants and in smaller TV roles when she made her way to the world of daytime drama to make herself a household name in the U.S. and around the world; Hunt made her way to two of the top soap operas produced in the U.S. in the form of “Guiding Light” and “One Life To Live”, and became an icon for the fans of both dramas.
Crystal Hunt was only 18 years old when she made her way to the set of “Guiding Light” to film the scenes that would eventually lead to her being nominated for a Daytime Emmy and a Readers Digest Soap Award. The role of Lizzie Spaulding made Crystal a household name, but after leaving “Guiding Light” in 2005 she returned to daytime drama in the role of Stacy Morasco in “One Life To Live” to show her acting skills. Stacy Morasco became such a legendary figure in the “One Life To Live” drama the character was brought back in a fantasy sequence of Hell during the final episodes of the show.
Crystal Hunt has always looked to follow the career path she chooses for herself and has never settled for the easy option of remaining a star of soap operas; in her latest incarnation Crystal Hunt has joined a reality show based firmly in the world of soap opera called “Queens of Drama”.