Queens of Drama is a reality TV show being aired on the CW network. It is from the production company Thinkfactory Media. Girl power is in full effect as several former soap opera actresses try to get a steamy new series on TV. The show brings some of the most iconic figures of U.S. daytime soap operas starring Crystal Hunt, Donna Mills as a fictionalized version of herself and Hunter Tylo, who is best known for her role in “The Bold And The Beautiful”. The stars are on a mission to develop, pitch, produce and star in a show, with the goal of landing a pilot deal by the end of the season.
Crystal Hunt played Lizzie Spaulding on the soap opera Guiding Light, which won her a Daytime Emmy Nomination. Crystal portrayed Stacy Morasco on the soap opera One Life to Live. Hunt appeared in various commercials including one for the 25th-anniversary celebration of Walt Disney and an anti-drug advertisement with *NSYNC. Recently, Hunt was featured in one of the most popular movies last Summer, Magic Mike XXL. Crystal has also made the jump to producer recently, with her first Executive Producer on the film Talbot County. There are more details for her on Metacritic.
She grew up in Clearwater, Florida and began participating in pageants at the age of 2. Acting was something that she really loved since she was a kid. With acting, she says, it helped build her self-confidence and also kept her self-focus on something good versus being destructive. As a child, if she didn’t get her schoolwork done or did something wrong, she wasn’t allowed to go on her audition, which she says worked really well.
Crytal Hunt has told her Facebook fans she feels very strongly about volunteering and started very young. Growing up, she and her family would go to church and feed the homeless or helped people in the area who couldn’t afford to have Christmas. She believes by giving back makes one a better person, people will start looking at you differently and most of all it’s a very rewarding experience. There’s more on Crystal at her photography site.