Emmy-nominated actress, Crystal Hunt, first captured America's attention at the age of 17. when she was cast as the troubled, misguided teenager 'Lizzie Spaulding' on the iconic CBS daytime series "Guiding Light". After being spotted by an agent at the Actor's Workshop in New York, Hunt, was quickly offered the role on "Guiding Light" that would last four years and earn the teenage actress and Emmy nomination. Coinciding with her rigorous television schedule, Hunt, got her break into motion pictures, appearing opposite, Zac Efron, in the feel-good, family movie "The Derby Stallion". She continued her film career after leaving "Guiding Light" when she costarred alongside, Amanda Bynes, in the romantic comedy "Sydney White", a modern day twist on the Snow White fairy tale. Hunt returned to her television roots in 2009, when she was cast as the devious stripper 'Stacy Morasco' on the ABC daytime series "One Life To Live", where she would stay for four years. In 2003, Crystal costarred alongside Diana Ramirez, Arielle Kebbel, and Evan Ross in the Lionsgate suspense/thriller "NYC Underground". An up close look of a drug deal gone wrong, resulting in four teens racing for their lives deep through the subway tunnels between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Hunt will next be seen in the actor/director, Dylan Baker's, directional debut feature film "23 Blast". Dylan Baker, Timothy Busfield, and Stephen Lang are just a few of the great talents found in this inspirational, real-life story of a high school football star who is suddenly stricken with irreversible, total blindness. The film is set to be released in October 2014.