As you can see on Twitter the future of successful female stars depends on talented actresses
like Crystal Hunt to educate and empower individuals across the globe.
Known for her appearances on some of America’s most watched films and
television shows, this renowned figure hopes to encourage more women
on daytime and primetime dramas. Notably, throughout her profound
acting career, Hunt has received much distinguished acknowledgments
for her unique contributions to film industry. Commendably, in 2005,
she was bestowed the Daytime Emmy Award nomination for outstanding
younger actress in a popular drama series. Remarkably, Hunt’s previous
professional experiences along with her passion for acting have
enabled her to inspire women to join the film sector.
Raised in Clearwater, Florida, Hunt embarked on her career at two
years old by participating in pageant specializing in acting.
Throughout her youth, she continued to star in many prominent
commercials such as The Walt Disney Company’s 25th anniversary
celebration announcement and an anti-drug advertisement with NSYNC.
During her twenties, her famous role was when she played Stacy Morasco
in ABC’s “One Life to Live” from 2009-2010. She is also known for
starring in “Guiding Light,” “Sydney White,” and “The Derby Stallion.”
In 2012, Hunt was cast in the “Magic Mike XXL,” which is the sequel to
“Magic Mike.” This leading American drama/comedy was released in July 2015
and received outstanding reviews from acclaimed movie critics.
Essentially, the film details a reunited road trip by the Kings of
Tampa in which the male strippers travel to Myrtle Beach, South
Carolina to perform in an amazing convention. With stops in
Jacksonville and Savannah, the group connects with old friends and
acquaintances while simultaneously forming new relationships as well.
Hunt enjoyed her supporting role in “Magic Mike XXL,” as the position enabled her
to form meaningful relationships with her fellow female actresses.
Together, they empowered each other to perform their best in their
respected roles. Hunt hopes to encourage more women on the screen with
the production of “Queen of Drama,” in April 2015. This new series
follows Hunt and a group of additional renowned actresses as they
develop and launch a drama pilot for television. Notably, in 2014, she
co-created and released her first feature film, “Talbot County” with
colleague and actress, Diana Ramirez. Remarkably, Hunt’s profound
success in the production industry has encouraged many women around
the world to pursue a lifetime career in acting.