Who Is Naomi Scott? Naomi Scott Height, Age, Career, Early Life, And Many More

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Naomi Scott

Naomi Grace Scott, better known by her stage name Naomi Scott, is a well-known British actress, songwriter, and singer. She is most recognized for her portrayal of “Jasmine” in the Disney film “Aladdin” (2019). She was raised in the English capital of London. Her lips are her beauty characteristic. Naomi is a well-known figure on social media. She has over 687K Facebook fans and 3.4 million Instagram followers. She has 235K Followers on Twitter as well.

Early Life

Naomi Grace Scott was born in Hounslow, London, England, on May 6, 1993, to a Gujarati Indian mom, Usha Scott (née Joshi), and an English daddy, Christopher Scott. Her mom grew up in Uganda & moved to England when she was a child. Naomi’s parents were pastors at Woodford, London’s ‘Bridge Church.’ Joshua, her older brother, is her only sibling.

Naomi has been involved in religious work and public involvement. She attended the ‘Davenant Foundation School,’ a Christian ecumenical secondary education in Loughton. She was a regular performer in theatre and musical shows at school.

Naomi Scott’s height, weight, and age

She is a 28-year-old woman. Naomi is five feet 6 inches tall and weighs 53 kilograms. Brown & Light browns are Scott’s eye and hair colors, respectively.

Career

Naomi began her singing career with the ‘Bridge Church Youth Band.’ Kéllé Bryan, a British vocalist, actor, & TV personality probably most famous as a vocalist of the British Rhythm and blues girl band ‘Eternal,’ was the first to notice her. As a result, Naomi signed a contract with Bryan’s talent agency. Naomi then collaborated with ‘Xenomania,’ an English songwriter and production group.

Since she was chosen to play ‘Megan’ in season 2 of the ‘Disney Channel UK’ series ‘Life Bites’ in 2009, she got her first significant acting role. She featured in 11 episodes of the show, which was based on the ‘Life Bites, Pillole di vita’ original series on the ‘Disney Channel Italy. After auditioning through a video conference from London, she earned the lead role of ‘Mohini “Mo” Banarjee’ in the 2010 American teen musical drama ‘Lemonade Mouth.’ it’s her first acting role with a production firm based in the United States.

The film is based on Mark Peter Hughes’s 2007 series of novels. On April 15, 2011, it debuted on the ‘Disney Channel.’ It was well-received by the audience, and it helped Naomi establish herself as just an actor in the United States.

Naomi also appeared in a few tracks from the ‘Lemonade Mouth soundtrack, published by Walt Disney Records on April 12, 2011.  Her solo single ‘She’s So Gone,’ which achieved third place on the ‘Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles’ chart, is one of them. She also collaborated with other cast members on the songs’ More Than a Band,’ ‘Breakthrough,’ and ‘Livin’ on a High Wire.’ She played ‘Maddy Shannon,’ a bright but socially awkward 16-year-old girl in the American science series’ Terra Nova. From September 26 till December 19, 2011, the sitcom aired on ‘Fox’ for a season.

Naomi’s co-star from ‘Lemonade Mouth,’ Bridgit Mendler, starred in the music video for the song ‘Hurricane’ by American musician Bridgit Mendler in 2013. She also starred in 2 short films in the same year, ‘Modern/Love’ and ‘Our Lady of Lourdes.’ She also starred in the 3rd episode of ‘By Any Means,’ a British television series. On August 25, 2014, she launched her first EP, ‘Invisible Division,’ independently. ‘Hear the Bells,’ ‘Motions,’ ‘Say Nothing,’ and ‘Running’ were among the album’s four tunes. She also starred as ‘Maura’ in the short movie ‘Hello, Again’ that year.

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Meanwhile, she had a recurring part as ‘Sahira Desai’ in Lewis’s British forensic series from 2015 to 2016. ‘Promises,’ a four-track EP published on August 5, 2016, included ‘Lover’s Lies,’ ‘Promises,’ ‘Fool,’ and ‘Prayer-Lude,’ among others. ‘Vows’ (2017), ‘So Low’ / ‘Undercover’ (2018), and ‘Irrelevant’ are her non-album singles (2018). She was seen as ‘Princess Jasmine in Guy Ritchie’s next American romantic fantasy–adventure picture ‘Aladdin.’

Family of Naomi Scott

Her father’s name is Christopher Schott, and her mother’s name is Usha Joshi, who was born in Uganda and is of Indian descent. Joshua Scott, Naomi’s older brother, is Naomi’s cousin.

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