Queens of Drama is an American reality television drama series following various former soap opera stars as they form a production company to create and pitch an original TV series pilot with the goal of scoring landing a pilot deal. The actresses appearing on the show work together to secure the deal by the end of the season. The team of the 2015 released first season (being debuted on the POP network) showcases the talents of Crystal Hunt, Lindsay Hartley, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo, Donna Mills and Vanessa Marcil. Donna Mills appears and acts as a fictionalized persona, reigning as the forthright defacto leader, or “queen bee” of the crew. The first season aired on April 26, 2015, and consists of a total of 10 episodes. Having been selected for their daytime and primetime television drama careers prior to the scripting of the series, all actresses present in the show are noted for their soap opera experience for their making relevant contribution to the foundations of their series pilot project goal.
Notably, the beautiful, Emmy-nominated Crystal Clarese Hunt has had such a career, both as an American actress and a producer for some of her previous television projects. While the Queens of Drama was being filmed, Hunt worked tirelessly to give her outstanding performance on the drama while splitting time between two different, distanct locations, keeping up with a demanding and arduous acting schedule. This dedication to her career and exceptional professionalism is reflected in her wonderful overall performance in the series. Her skillset involving talent management and aquisition is also likely to have contributed to the first season’s successful run.
Before shooting Queens of Drama, Crystal Hunt has acted in and produced an extensive variety of television related projects. The star is most famous for her role as Lizzie Spaulding, the misguided teenaged character written for the iconic CBS daytime series, “Guiding Light,”the longest running television soap opera, airing from 2003 to 2006; this role lead her to first capturing the country’s at the age of 17. Since then, she has appeared in other noteworthy roles. On the ABC network’s soap titled “One Life to Live,” Hunt appeared as Stacy Morasco, first appearing in it on 2009. In addition to her successful acting career, she is currently producing her first full length feature film, “Talbot Country,” a horror film inspired by a true story. Hunt has been strongly recognized for her ethic and achievements, being nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in 2005 for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series (Guiding Light). In essence, Instagram shows that Crystal Hunt is a pinnacle star in today’s television industry whose significant career success truly contributes brightly to the projects she’s been passionately involved with. Check out Crystal Hunt’s acting reel from YouTube.1 Comment on Queens of Drama: Soap Opera Stars