With a global style, a positive attitude and a talent for languages, Crystina brings a polished and multicultural flair to every project.
Ms. Wyler first achieved international attention with the flamboyant role of “Rosita” in Univision’s smash hit Corte Tropical, earning an ACCA nomination for "Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series". She went on to earn starring and co-starring roles in diverse U.S. and European film and television projects including; True Lies (20th Century Fox), Camino No Tomado (Torino Film Festival) The Footman (Ventre Productions), McBride (Hallmark), Gilmore Girls (CW), Los Teens (Telemundo), Safe Harbor (CW), Shame II (Lifetime), Madame Le Consul (TV France3).
Theater being her first love, she returns to the stage often. Her theater portfolio includes leading roles in A Doll's House, Miss Julie, Death and the Maiden, Summit Conference, Dangerous Liaisons and Gertrude Stein and a Companion, which won her the "Carbonnell Award for Best Actress". Her role as Juror #3 in the acclaimed Twelve Angry Women at The Manhattan Theater Source in NYC is among her favorites.
Whether in English, Spanish or French, her voice has been heard throughout the world with numerous commercial and industrial clients such as: Walt Disney Resorts, Cisco Systems, Compass Languages, McDonald’s, State Farm, Korr Hotels, Maybelline, Exxon-Mobil, Microsoft, AT&T and many others.
As President of The Artful Communicator, Ms. Wyler brings her cross-cultural communication skills to the general market, working with organizations and groups to achieve "Conflict Transformation through Creative Communication."
She also owns Art Transforms Conflict, a nonprofit developing arts-based tools and creative communications training for global communities challenged by violence.