Naomi Scott is a British singer and actress who worked as Kimberly Hart, the Pink Range in the Power Rangers born on 6 May 1993, In London, England.
She is born to Usha Scott and Chris Scott. Her mother is Gujarati, Indian, her father is an Englishman. Her mother was born in Uganda and then immigrated to England at a young age.
In June 2014, She dated English football player Jordan Spence for four years before marrying him.
She had attended Davenant Foundation School and performed regularly in school musical and drama productions.
Naomi started her career as a singer with the Bridge Church Youth Band. She had been first spotted by British singer, actor, and tv personality Kelle Bryan, best known as a member of the British R&B girl band Infinite. This led Naomi to sign a deal with Bryan’s entertainment agency. Later Naomi had worked with the English songwriting and production team Xenomania. In 2009, She earned her first major acting role when She was cast as Megan in the second season of the Disney Channel UK series Life Bites. She had also appeared in 11 episodes of the series that was an adaptation of the Disney Channel Italy original series titled Life Bites – Pillole di vita. In 2013, She appeared in the music video of the song Hurricane by American recording artist Bridgit Mendler. In the same year, She had appeared in two short films named Modern/Love and Our Lady of Lourdes. She had also appeared in the third episode of the British series By Any Means. In July 2017, She was cast as Princess Jasmine in the live-action remake film Aladdin.
- Her full name is Naomi Grace Scott.
- She had begun her singing career at a young age.
- In July 2018, It has been confirmed that the actress and singer will star as one of the three lead Angels in the new 2019 Elizabeth Banks directed reboot film of Charlie’s Angels, with Kristen Stewart and Ella Balinska.
Awards and Achievements:
- In 2017, She nominated for the Teen Choice Awards.
What can we learn from Her??
Like Naomi Scott, Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.