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.

She starred 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. 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.

Biography by IMDb.