Naomi Scott Profile
Naomi Scott is an English actress and singer best known for her roles in the television film Lemonade Mouth, the science fiction series Terra Nova, in Disney’s musical live-action fantasy film Aladdin and in the superhero film Power Rangers and the action-comedy Charlie’s Angels.
Naomi Scott Age
Scott is 28 years old as of 2021. She was born Naomi Grace Scott on 6 May 1993 in Hounslow, United Kingdom. She celebrates her birthday on 6 May.
Naomi Scott Height
Scott stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches(1.67 m).
Naomi Scott Family
Naomi’s ancestors are English and Ugandan-Indian. Her mother, Usha Scott (née Joshi), was born in Uganda and immigrated to the United Kingdom at a young age; her father, Christopher Scott, is English. Scott has an older brother named Joshua. She and her family moved to Woodford, London, when she was eight years old, where both of her parents were pastors at the Bridge Church. She grew up singing in church and listening to gospel and R&B music, specifically singers Kim Burrell, Mary Mary, and Kirk Franklin.
Naomi Scott Husband
Scott married English footballer Jordan Spence in June 2014, after four years of dating. When she was 16, the couple met at church.
Naomi Scott Net Worth
Scott has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Quick Facts About Naomi Scott
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Naomi Scott Aladdin
Scott starred as Princess Jasmine in Aladdin, a live-action remake of Disney’s 1992 animated film of the same name, in 2019. Scott’s choice of a “Middle Eastern or Arab actress” sparked outrage. In his review for the San Francisco Chronicle, critic Mick LaSalle called Scott the “real star” of the film, saying she “thrives and gives everything to her new power anthem [‘Speechless’].”
Scott “absolutely sparkles” in her performance of “Speechless,” according to Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times. Scott won the Teen Choice Award for Best Movie Actress – Sci-Fi/Fantasy for her role, and she was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. Aladdin was also a commercial success, grossing a billion dollars at the box office.
Jasmine, the Sultan’s daughter and the feisty princess of Agrabah who wants a say in her life and falls in love with Aladdin. According to Scott, the character “will be strong and fun, but will also make mistakes and be emotional She’s a multifaceted woman who doesn’t have to be just one thing. So, in this film, you see her go through such a roller coaster ride, as opposed to her single goal of escaping the loneliness of royalty and finding a companion.” She also stated that Jasmine will seek “the courage to speak out for her people,” and that “Jasmine wants to know what is going on in her kingdom and reconcile the distance that has been created, and Aladdin gives her the courage to do just that.”
Naomi Scott Lemonade Mouth
Her first role in an American production came in 2010 when she was cast as Mohini “Mo” Banjaree, the bassist for Lemonade Mouth in the 2011 Disney Channel original film Lemonade Mouth. Scott appeared in the music video for her Lemonade Mouth co-star Bridgit Mendler’s song “Hurricane” in 2013. The film premiered on Disney Channel on April 15, 2011. It received over 7 million views on its first night and has received generally positive reviews, with praise going to the acting ensemble, scriptwriting, directing, and some praising it for its many positive themes of honesty, integrity, and self-expression.
In 2011, the film received the Popstar Award for Favorite TV Movie and was nominated for a Directors Guild of America Award and a Motion Picture Sound Editors Award. The soundtrack was also released in April 2011 and was a commercial success, peaking at number one on the Billboard 200. The soundtrack was also released in April 2011 and was a commercial success, peaking at number four on the Billboard 200 and number three on the Top Digital Albums in the United States. It received positive reviews, and the single “Determinate” won a JanNEWary Award for Best iTunes Song.
Naomi Scott Power Rangers
Scott was cast in a co-leading role as Kimberly Hart, the Pink Ranger and a disgraced former cheerleader, in October. In Power Rangers, a film adaptation of the TV series of the same name, Kimberly participated in a cyberbullying incident by spreading a private image of her friend around the school. Scott received a Teen Choice Award nomination for the film, which was released on March 24, 2017. The film received mixed reviews upon its initial release and was a box office flop, grossing $142 million worldwide against a budget of $105 million.
Naomi Scott Charlie’s Angels
Scott also appeared as Elena Houghlin, one of three leads in the action-comedy Charlie’s Angels, the third installment in the franchise. Charlie’s Angels were released in theaters in the United States on November 15, 2019, to mixed reviews from critics and a poor opening weekend box office performance by Sony Pictures Releasing. It was named one of the biggest box-office flops of 2019 by both USA Today and Variety. The film eventually grossed $73.3 million worldwide, despite an estimated production budget of $48–55 million and a $50 million advertising budget.
Naomi Scott The Martian
Scott played Ryoko in Ridley Scott’s film The Martian. She filmed her scenes, but they were cut from the final cut, making her appearance a silent one. The film is a co-production between the United Kingdom and the United States, produced by 20th Century Fox. Following Fox’s optioning of the novel in March 2013, which Drew Goddard adapted into a screenplay and was initially attached to direct, producer Simon Kinberg began developing the film. Scott took over as director after Goddard left, and production was approved with Damon as the main character. The filming began in November 2014 and lasted about seventy days. Twenty sets were built on one of the world’s largest sound stages in Budapest, Hungary. Jordan’s Wadi Rum was also used for exterior filming.
Naomi Scott TV Shows
- 2015 – The 33
- 2015 – The Martian
- 2017 – Power Rangers –
- 2019 – Aladdin
- 2015 – Charlie’s Angels
- 2022 – Distant
Naomi Scott Movies
- 2008–2009 – Life Bites
- 2011 – Lemonade Mouth
- 2013 – By Any Means
- 2015–2016 – Lewis
- TBA – Anatomy of a Scandal