Queens of Drama Features Veteran Actresses

Queens of Drama is a reality television series. It follows a few prime actresses, including Crystal Hunt, in their work. They are working on a show both in front of and behind the cameras in the hopes of landing a deal for the pilot of the first episode by the end of the show. Queens of Drama may be considered a reality show but it is one that is scripted almost as vicariously as fictional soap operas. That being said, Queens of Drama is basically a television show within a television show.

Metacritic reviewers have said that Crystal Hunt stars as a fictionalized version of herself in Queens of Drama. She appeared in nine episodes in 2015, and posted a ton of cool behind the scenes stuff on her Instagram. She is one of several actresses, including Donna Mills to appear on the show. Queens of Drama is known for being one of Crystal Hunt’s work in the middle of her career in the movie and television industry. All of the cast on Queens of Drama are those who are past their prime and are considered to be veterans of the acting industry. One has to wonder whether this was deliberate on the part of the casting crew.

Crystal Hunt is an actress and a producer with a ton of IMDb cred. It is debated that her career started when she would put on acts in the pageants she starred in starting when she was just two years old. Like many other actors and actresses, she also starred in several advertisements, including one for the Walt Disney Company’s 25th anniversary. She is best known for playing Lizzie Spaulding in Guiding Light, and that’s still the role that originally lit her Facebook fan page on fire.

Hunt received her big break working in movies when she got her break with The Derby Stallion. After leaving Guiding Light, she returned to the movies and first co-starred with Amanda Bynes in the modern day Snow White twist, Sydney White. Afterward, she returned to television starring as a stripper in ABC’s One Life to Live.