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Overview (3)

Born in London, England, UK
Nickname Nay
Height 5' 5¾" (1.67 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Naomi Scott is a multi-talented actor, singer and songwriter. She can next be seen starring as "Jasmine" in Disney's live-action remake of "Aladdin," alongside Will Smith, directed by Guy Ritchie. Disney will release the film in May 2019.

Naomi was born in London, England, to Usha (Joshi) and Christopher Scott, who are pastors of the Bridge Church, Woodford in Redbridge. Her father is British and her mother, who is from Uganda, is from a Gujarati Indian family.

Naomi appeared in "The 33," directed by Patricia Riggen. Starring Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne and Antonio Banderas, the film is based on the 2010 rescue of 33 Chilean miners after being trapped for 69 days in a gold and copper mine. Naomi plays "Escarlette", the daughter of Banderas' character who is the leader of the miners. Additional credits include a series regular role in Steven Spielberg's television series "Terra Nova" for DreamWorks and FOX, a lead role in the hit Disney Channel movie "Lemonade Mouth" and a lead role in Lee Toland Krieger's short film "Modern/Love" produced by Roman Coppola.

In 2017, Scott was seen in Lionsgate's "Power Rangers," directed by Dean Israelite, which tells the story of a group of teenagers who transform into a uniformed team of superheroes ready to protect the world from evil. Naomi plays "Kimberly" aka 'The Pink Ranger', a girl unconventionally cool in a way all the popular girls wish they were.

Naomi is in production on "Charlie's Angels," which Elizabeth Banks is helming for Sony - she won the highly coveted leading role of "Elena" opposite Kristen Stewart. Sony is set to release the film in November 2019.

Naomi resides in London.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Echo Lake

Spouse (1)

Jordan Spence (June 2014 - present)

Trivia (10)

Is of Indian and English descent. Her mother is Gujarati Indian from Uganda and her father is English.
Got her first break at a performance attended by British pop singer Kelle Bryan, who signed her as a client to her entertainment agency.
She had her first recurring television role as Megan on Life Bites. Also a musician, she released her first EP Invisible Division in 2014.
Was cast in the 2011 Disney Channel movie Lemonade Mouth after auditioning via video conference from London.
Was a regular in the Disney Channel UK series Life Bites.
Has given a solo jazz performance at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Started her performing career by singing with the Bridge Church Youth Band.
Enjoys songwriting, singing, dancing and playing piano.
Parents are ministers at the Bridge Church in London, England.
Appeared in a promo during the 2011 Super Bowl for the Steven Spielberg time-travel extravaganza Terra Nova, her first U.S. series.

Personal Quotes (8)

There are too many people around keeping me grounded to go off the rails. I'm my own person.
I'm aware of the decisions I make and the responsibility I have as a role model. I wouldn't disregard that. It's a privilege. That's not to say people don't make mistakes - we're all human. No one's perfect. I'm just going to be myself.
I want to pursue music in the future, but I'm taking it a step at a time and making sure I'm constantly growing.
I'm really close to my family, and we talk through things. My parents are so amazing, they're brilliant. We try to take one step at a time and be wise about the decisions we make and keep our values and the things that are important.
I'm aware of the decisions I make and the responsibility I have as a role model. I wouldn't disregard that.
I'd always put on little shows at home, but when I was 11, I did a community event in Woodford, where anyone could go. You had three days of vocal training and performed your song at the end.
Within a few weeks of coming back from filming 'Lemonade Mouth,' I got these scripts, and 'Terra Nova' was the one that stuck out. I was like, 'Oh my gosh'.
I'd always put on little shows at home, but when I was 11, I did a community event in Woodford, where anyone could go. You had three days of vocal training and performed your song at the end. I sang 'I Say a Little Prayer.' It's a tough song to sing but they gave me the confidence to go for it and belt it out.

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