Crystal J. Huang is a film actress, producer, and director. She is also an international award-winning dancer and photographer.
In 2018, Crystal took a major role in the acclaimed stage drama "The Joy Luck Club”, adapted from Amy Tan's classic novel by the same title. She then came to Los Angeles and attended Speiser & Sturges Acting studio of Performance. Soon after, she joined the team for the feature film "Chinese Speaking Vampires”, playing the role of a movie director.
Crystal has also performed numerous additional roles in films, some with well-known talent — “Bermuda Island” and “Amber Road” with Tom Sizemore, “American Comedy” with Eric Roberts, and “Mistletoe Massacre” with Bai Ling. Crystal played lead roles in films such as “Demons at Dawn”, “BoardingHouse”, “Cupid’s Paradise”, “Walk”, and “Kongfu Woman Robbery”. Her performances have earned her Best Leading Actress at several film festivals. Crystal also appeared in TV shows such as “Shameless”.
Recently, Crystal produced and directed a stylish psychological thriller “Dark Feathers”, in which she was also the lead actress, displaying her dancing and martial arts skills. The film’s cast also features multiple world class dance stars, including Gilles Marini and Karina Smirnoff, along with Michael Madsen as the boss of a modern Samurai clan.