Naomi Grace Scott was born 6 May 1993 and is an English actress and singer.

She is best known for her starring role as Princess Jasmine in Disney’s live-action adaptation of the musical fantasy film Aladdin (2019), for which she also contributed to its soundtrack. Scott was also featured in the science fiction drama series Terra Nova (2011) and the Disney Channel teen film Lemonade Mouth (2011), and has starred as Kimberly Hart in the superhero film Power Rangers (2017).

Scott was born in Hounslow, London. Her mother, Usha Joshi, was born in Uganda, of Indian Gujarati descent, and emigrated to the United Kingdom at a young age. Naomi’s father, Christopher, is English. Scott also has an older brother, Joshua Grey. Both her parents are pastors at the Bridge Church, Woodford in Redbridge, North East London. Scott has participated in missionary and outreach work. She attended Davenant Foundation School in Loughton, Essex.

In August 2014, she independently released her debut EP Invisible Division. Scott was cast as Ryoko in Ridley Scott’s The Martian. She filmed her scenes but they were removed from the final cut.

Also in 2019, Scott starred as one of the three leads in the action comedy Charlie’s Angels, the third installment within the franchise of the same name. The film was released in November.

She will appear in the science fiction film Distant. She is also attached to star as a “parliamentary researcher” in the web television anthology series Anatomy of a Scandal.

She is a UK ambassador to the Christian charity organisation Compassion International, sponsoring children and families living in poverty.

She suffers from the skin condition eczema.