Crystal Hunt’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

IntroAmerican actress
Is Actor 
Television actor 
From United States of America 
Type Film, TV, Stage & Radio 
Birth 5 February 1985, Clearwater
Age:35 years
Height: 1.6256 m

Crystal Clarese Hunt is an American actress and producer. She is best known for playing Lizzie Spaulding (2003–06) on Guiding Light. She also played Stacy Morasco (2009–10) on One Life to Live.


Hunt started her career by participating in pageants at 2 years old; her pageant talent was acting. Hunt has starred in many commercials, including one for The Walt Disney Company’s 25th anniversary celebration and an anti-drug advertisement with *NSYNC. She is best known for her role as Lizzie Spaulding, the troubled daughter of the long-suffering couple Philip and Beth Raines, on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light, which she played from 2003 to 2006. She received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 2005 for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for the role.

Hunt appeared in the 2005 film The Derby Stallion, and appeared in the 2007 Universal Pictures film Sydney White as Demetria “Dinky” Rosemead Hodgekiss. She joined ABC’s One Life to Live in February 2009, playing Stacy Morasco. She left the show on February 16, 2010. She returned to the show as the ghostly Stacy in March 2010, and in Clint Buchanan’s vision of Hell in January 2012.

Other ventures

Hunt owned My Pets Dream Boutique, a high-end pet boutique in her hometown of Clearwater, Florida. In 2014, she produced her first feature film “Talbot County” with longtime friend and fellow actress, Dania Ramirez.


2003–2006Guiding LightLizzie Spaulding
2005The Derby StallionJill Overton
2006CMT: The GreatestHerselfSexiest Southern Men
2007Sydney WhiteDemetria “Dinky” Rosemead Hodgekiss
2009NYC UndergroundHannah
2009-2012One Life to LiveStacy Morasco
201423 BlastMolly
2015Magic Mike XXLLauren
2015-Queens of DramaHerself
2015Talbot CountyExecutive Producer


  • 2005: Daytime Emmy Award nomination (Guiding Light)
  • 2005: Soap Opera Digest Award nomination (Guiding Light)