Naomi Scott is a multi-capable entertainer, singer and songwriter. She stars as “Jasmine” in Disney’s blockbuster cutting edge change Aladdin (2019), alongside Mena Massoud and Will Smith, coordinated by Guy Ritchie. Disney released the film in May 2019, and it wound up one of the biggest films of the year.
Naomi was conceived 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 showed up in “The 33,” coordinated by Patricia Riggen. Starring Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne and Antonio Banderas, the film is based on the 2010 rescue of 33 Chilean miners in the wake of being caught for 69 days in a gold and copper mine. Naomi plays “Escarlette”, the girl of Banderas’ character who is the pioneer of the miners. Extra credits incorporate a series customary job in Steven Spielberg’s television series “Land Nova” for DreamWorks and FOX, a lead job in the hit Disney Channel motion picture “Lemonade Mouth” and a lead job in Lee Toland Krieger’s short film “Present day/Love” delivered by Roman Coppola.
In 2017, Scott was seen in Lionsgate’s Power Rangers (2017), coordinated by Dean Israelite, which tells the story of a gathering of teenagers who transform into a formally dressed group of superheroes prepared to shield the world from shrewdness. Naomi plays “Kimberly” otherwise known as ‘The Pink Ranger’, a young lady whimsically cool in a manner all the mainstream girls wish they were.
Naomi is underway on “Charlie’s Angels,” which Elizabeth Banks is helming for Sony – she won the exceptionally pined for driving job of “Elena” opposite Kristen Stewart. Sony is set to release the film in November 2019.