Of course, there are many martial arts fans out there that are very familiar with Crystal Hunt. No, I am not talking about the wonderful actress that appeared in numerous movies and television soap operas. Often, the two get mixed up, which is very surprising. First, let’s take a look at the movie Crystal Hunt. This is a wild martial arts film that was produced back in 1991. The star of the movie is Donnie Yen. This is an action and adventure film that is sure to please those that like this genre. The plot of the film concerns a girl that gathers together an expedition to find the Gold Crystal God, which has the power to heal. This is a high octane film that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
The Real Crystal Hunt Who is the real Crystal Hunt? Well, a very talented young American actress and producer also has that name. She was born in Clearwater, Florida. Certainly, she does not have any connection with Hong Kong martial arts films at the moment. However, she might lend her talents to those films in the future. Certainly, the dedicated actress has multiple talents. Her strong talents led her to the role of Lizzie Spaulding in Guiding Light. The actress was nominated for a daytime Emmy award for her outstanding performance in the soap opera. In addition, the actress was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for playing the same role back in 2005.
Crystal Hunt’s acting career is in high gear like the martial arts movie of the same name. The actress has appeared in several movies since leaving the soap opera world. True, she is a very talented actress. She is also a very talented producer. She produced a feature film with her long time friend, Dania Ramirez. The film was titled Talbot County. Certainly, this actress has multiple talents. Perhaps, in the future, she will lend her talent to making an innovative martial arts film, Crystal Hunt II. Fortunately, this talented entertainer has a social media presence and a website. Check them out and learn more about this talented artist.
It was around 3:00am when we heard the knock at the door. My husband (T.) had that look – the one I was scared to see for years, like when we were in high-school and he was getting into trouble all the time. He was arrested that morning, and I went into kind of a tailspin for a minute. After I called the jail and his lawyer, I was numb. I couldn’t take our 4 year old to a jail, and T. knew that already. When the first call from him came in, I almost didn’t answer, but I love him. As dumb as I felt, I picked up the phone and waited for the recorded message to finish. “Baby Doll. You there?” “I’m here.” I was trying to keep my voice steady so he’d know I was mad at him. “Listen to me. They got this new Securus Video Visitation that we can do. Don’t worry about comin’ up here. Write down these instructions and check online for the rest of the info. OK?” I almost dropped the phone! I wrote down some really easy steps and started reading over the online info on the company T. told me about. I was thinking to myself, “Yeah, right. That’s just too good to be true.” But, what I found out was pretty surprising to me. First, it turns out that Securus Technologies is from Dallas, Texas – not overseas somewhere like tech support for every other gadget we have, and handles communications for civil and criminal law. The company helps make inmate’s filing things like grievances easier because of their technology. They serve over a million inmates all over the U.S. and even some in Mexico, and they have more patens than any other company in their field. I figured that if they could handle all of that, the video visitation would work out right too. Our first video visitation I just cried, really, because it as like T. being with us and that was beautiful. The next time I was more together and our son took over, babbling about his playdate and what we had for dinner; singing with T. and laughing as he did finger plays with him. T. is my heart, and him getting into trouble broke my heart. With the video visitation I looked him in his eyes and realized that everything would be alright.