Crystal Hunt is at it again. She’s come up with a reality series that is unique, interesting and soap fan friendly! Queens of Drama is what the show is called. It’s her new baby and also her first time producing a reality series. The show is about 6 former soap stars, from different soaps, coming together to write, pitch, and produce a dramatic made for TV show. The list of actresses includes Donna Mills of the night time show Knotts Landing, Hunter Tylo from The Bold and the Beautiful, Vanessa Marcil who played on General Hospital, and both Chrystee Pharris and Lindsay Hartley of Passions.
The show is really good. It’s got several fun to watch episodes – I Don’t Do Ugly, Art Imitating Life,Those Little Devils,Dealing With a Sociopath,What Donna Wants!,Clean Up Her Mess,Asking for Trouble,She Set Me Up,Read The Script!and How Did We Get Here? You can probably tell by the titles, what kind of drama was going on during the making of the show.
For this to be her first time professionally producing a show I have to say, Crystal has really pulled it off. CrunchBase shows that film production is her niche. She’s managed to convince the five ladies to come on board with what looks like a winning proposal for a the show they’ve written. Although they don’t always see eye to eye, the six women, along with the rest of the cast and crew, are proficient, showcase great writing and camera skill, and have set the bar high for any other reality pitch series’ going forward.
We all know Hunt from her character Stacey Morasco on One Life To Live, but she has also been cast for other really nice acting roles like, Jill Overton in movie The Derby Stallionwhich is where she played opposite Zac Efron, also her part as Dinky in the movie Sydney White.
Hunt also is a humanitarian who raises funds to help children who have been abused or neglected. She believes in helping those who can’t help themselves, especially when they have had only their abusers as the role model in their life. She raises funds on her website crystalhunt.com to support the children by selling a calendar.