Naomi Scott is a very popular and remarkable Hollywood star who has many talents and gifts. She is a singer, actress, and musician who has been widely recognized through her iconic role in the Disney Channel original film Lemonade Mouth and through her starring role as Kimberly Hart in the 2017 film Power Rangers.
The film star also played the leading role of Maddy Shannon in the science-fiction drama series Terra Nova. Let us enter her life by learning about her biography, her parents, her husband, her ethnic background, and much more.
Naomi Scott Bio (Age, Ethnicity)
Born Naomi Grace Scott in Hounslow, London, on May 6, 1993, the actress of Indian-English descent received her training at the Davenant Foundation School in Loughton, Essex, and regularly appeared in the school’s musical and theater productions. She began her singing career with the Bridge Church Youth Band, and during this time she was discovered by pop singer Kelle Bryan, who later signed her as his client.
In collaboration with British songwriters and producers Xenomania, she released an extended piece called Invisible Division and a second piece called Promise.
The beautiful singer had her first leading role in acting in 2011 when she made her debut in an acting role on Disney Channel UK. There she played the lead role in the television series Life Bites. She also got a role in another original Disney Channel movie when she was cast as Mohini “Mo” Banarjee in Lemonade Mouth.
In the same year, Scott was cast as Maddy Shannon in the science fiction series Terra Nova. This series premiered in September 2011 at Fox. However, the series was not extended for a second season for certain reasons. In 2013 Scott appeared in a music video for the song Hurricane. This production was endorsed by her co-actress Bridgit Mendler from the now-famous Lemonade Mouth.
In August 2014, Naomi Scott’s debut single entitled Motions was released. This was a completely independent work by Naomi Scott. She also released her debut EP, Invisible Division, with several other singles released later, including Lover’s Lies, Vows, Irrelevant.
Naomi Scott’s big breakthrough came in 2015 after her breakthrough in Ridley Scott’s blockbuster film The Martian. In the film, she was cast as Ryoko and appeared alongside Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, and Jeff Daniels. Naomi was later removed from the final cut of the editing process.
Although she chose to remain silent about the incident and has not talked to anyone about the reasons for her removal, the actress does not seem disturbed by the incident and has moved on with her life.
Naomi then starred in the 2017 film Power Rangers as Kimberly Hart – the Pink Ranger. The film, a film adaptation of the television series of the same name, earned the leading actress her first nomination for the Teen Choice Award. The beautiful actress then played the role of Princess Jasmine in the remake of the film Aladdin. She was also announced as one of the three leading actresses for the Elizabeth Banks movie Charlie’s Angels 2019.
Naomi Scott is ethnically mixed; her father is of English descent and her mother, born in Uganda, of Indian-African descent Gujarati. Her father’s name is Christopher Scott and her mother’s name is Usha Scott. She belongs to an Indian-English fused lineage, as her parents have two different lines of descent; independently of this, she has British citizenship and practices Christianity.
Naomi Scott Husband
Naomi Scott fell in love with her long-time British football friend Jordan Spence. The two met in 2010 and dated for four years before they entered into a life-long bond at a private wedding in London in 2014. Before the British phenomenon met the love of her life, she met Nick Roux in 2011, but their relationship was very brief.
Naomi Scott stands 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 50 kg. Due to her stunning build and thick stature, she measures 32-34-33 (inches) for her breasts, hips, and waist circumference. Likewise, we do not dare to ignore the obvious fact that she has a pair of beautiful black eyes and black hair.