Crystal Hunt: A Queen of Drama

Queens of Drama Show Description
Queens of Drama is all about the drama. A group of television actresses team up to make a new drama series that they hope to get a deal for. Each actress is playing a slightly scripted version of their real selves. They intend to star in it, produce, write and film the series. The idea is their past success in television should mean they know the recipe needed to create an engaging new television series.

Queens of Drama Cast

  • Vanessa Marcil
  • Donna Mills
  • Chrystee Pharris
  • Jason-Shane Scott
  • Lindsay Hartley
  • Crystal Hunt
  • Hunter Tylo
  • Joan Collins
  • Mark Zunino
  • Lorenzo Lamas
  • Sam Sarpong

Queens of Drama Character Crystal Hunt Plays
Actress Crystal Hunt plays a fictionalized or scripted version of herself in the Queens of Drama. Although it’s credited as her playing merely herself, she likely is following at least a loose script like how reality television shows keep a pace and plot by giving the people a basic script or made up issues for them to complain about.

Crystal Hunt Early Life
FamousBirthdays says Crystal Hunt was born in Florida, in a city called Clearwater. Her early life was filled with beauty pageants. She got her first big acting break at an acting workshop in New York City. An agent helped her get a part in the soap opera Guiding Light.

Crystal Hunt’s Acting Credits

  • Problem Child 2
  • The Derby Stallion
  • Guiding Light
  • Sydney White
  • One Life to Live
  • N.Y.C Underground
  • 23 Blast
  • Magic Mike XXL
  • Queens of Drama

Currently Crystal Hunt has become a producer for Talbot County -a horror movie- and she owns a pet boutique that’s located in her hometown.  Watch her highlight on YouTube for an idea of what Crystal brings to a role.

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