TV nostalgia has brought many famous faces back to the small screen in roles in returning classic shows or through reality TV. A group of top soap opera stars have recently returned to our TV screens in a bid to bring the genre back to daytime TV in a major way through their scripted reality show “Queens Of Drama”. Each episode features a core group of female stars of the soap opera genre who have returned to the screen to produce a new show. These women will be joined by “Dynasty” legend Joan Collins who is set to make her small screen return as a guest star with the “Queens Of Drama”.
One of the fun aspects of the “Queens Of Drama” is the use of scripted scenes within the show, that allow the all female cast to show off their acting skills replicating the characters they played in iconic roles. One of the those who has seen her former roles used as the basis for her character in “Queens Of Drama” is Crystal Hunt found here on Metacritic, who made her name with Disney before taking her career to superstar level in “Guiding Light” and “One Life To Live”. Ms. Hunt also has an acting reel on YouTube highlighting her talents.
Crystal Hunt has always refused to stand still in her career as she looks to embark on roles that take her into many different areas of the entertainment business. IMDb shows that Hunt began her career as a child star with the Disney Corporation before moving into the soap opera genre to push forward her career in more adult roles; the performances of Florida’s Crystal Hunt in soap operas were interspersed with roles in successful movies. Before returning to television screens as one of the “Queens Of Drama” Crystal Hunt had been focused on a movie career in front of, and behind the camera. Hunt made a big screen breakthrough with her performance as the character of Lauren in the critical and box office success, “Magic Mike: XXL”.
Joan Collins is best remembered in the U.S. for her iconic role as Alexis in the much loved soap opera “Dynasty”. Upon accepting the role Collins was given the task of saving the show after it had struggled during its first season, which is a role she fulfilled during her successful stint on the prime time soap opera. The stars of “Queens Of Drama” are looking to use the skills they have developed over the years both in front of and behind the camera as they look to produce a new drama for a major TV network.