• Naomi Scott is a famous actress
  • She starred as "Princess Jasmine" in the live-action Aladdin
  • Learn more about her husband Jordan here

Naomi Scott was born May 6th, 1993, in London to a Ugandan-Indian-English blend family. Her career began with her singing in her church youth band which inspired her to perform in musicals and drama productions. She was even discovered very young and signed by Kéllé Bryan and Xenomania while singing for the church choir.

Naomi Scott's Crash Into Hollywood

At only age 15 she acted in the Disney Channel UK show Life Bites and then at 17 in Lemonade Mouth. Scott even had a regular spot on the Fox sci-fi series Terra Nova and as the "Pink Ranger" in Power Rangers!

Jordan Spence and Naomi Scott attend the 65th Evening Standard Theater Awards on November 24, 2019, in London, England. 

Naomi Scott Stars In Live-Action Aladdin Alongside Will Smith

Then in 2019, Naomi burst into the Hollywood scene as "Princess Jasmine" in the hit live-action Disney film Aladdin. Her incredible portrayal of the updated version of "Jasmine" has really helped her catch the audience's eye and landed her as one of the trio in the reboot of Charlie's Angels.

Scott met her now-husband Jordan Spence in the same place she was discovered...Church! The pair first met when she was 16 years old. Jordan is an incredibly dedicated professional footballer who has played for many teams like West Ham United, Bristol City, and Ipswich Town. 

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Power Couple Naomi Scott and Jordan Spence

The gorgeous couple married in June of 2014 when Scott was only 21! Her love gushes through when she talks about him and doesn't care about their young age "I was never that person who wanted to get married young. It was never what I yearned for, but isn't that the way?"

Scott and Spence are beautifully supportive of each other's careers and they even directed a music video for Nick Brewer together! Scott said of their work together: "Collaborating with each other like this is just part of our everyday life".