Two Years Old
Crystal Hunt is one lady who started her career at the tender age of two. It would seem to be an apparent notion to claim that this lady had a definite calling in her life. The calling was to be a performer. When she was two her career was launched through her participation in pageants. This is a unique individual who can make the claim that she was indeed a working girl at the age of two. A pageant is considered to be the start of a career.
This two year old moved her career toward commercials. The pageants lead her to Walt Disney. This was a 25th anniversary celebration along with anti-drug advertising. The commercials then took Ms. Hunt to her character Lizzie Spaulding in the popular soap opera Guiding Light. Lizzie was a character that proved to be a troubled young daughter. She was acting on this soap opera from 2003 until 2006. It apparently did work out well for Crystal Hunt to start her career at the age of two because it led her to a grand career with a well-known name.
Bigger and Better Roles
Crystal Hunt did have a humble start of her career by appearing in pageants. Her intriguing career and her hard work guided her right to the movie world. She was able to appear in a film called The Derby Stallion. This was in the year 2005. Her films continued too. She the appeared in a film called Sydney White. She played a character named Dementria Rosemead. This character was also called Dinky. She moved forward and then she joined ABC. She had earned a role on another soap opera. One Life to Live. This occurred in February. 2009. Her character was named Stacey Morasco. She ended up leaving that show in February, 2010. Her own story continued and she did return to that soap opera in March of 1010. She returned in order to be a part of Clint Buchanan’s vision of Hell. Clint was a well-known character on that show. When she returned for that period, she then had the role of ghostly Stacy in that particular period. The vision of Hell was also in January, 2012. It is apparent that Ms. Hunt started early and was able to move on to much bigger and better roles.