It has been 27 years since the original Aladdin hit theaters and now we finally come to relive the magic of live-action remake.
Although the film has some familiar faces, there are some signs that many of us would like to know more about.
One of them is Naomi Scott. Although this may be the greatest role Scott has had to date, the actress has been part of the industry for some time now.
Let's look at how Naomi Scott went from a young musical to starring in one of the greatest films in 2019.
She was born and raised in London
Naomi Grace Scott was born on 6. May 1993 in London, England.
Her mother is from Uganda and is of Gujarati Indian descent while her father is British.
Both Scott's parents are priests at the bridge church, Woodford in Redbridge, the United Kingdom, and Naomi spent most of his time as a child in the church.
Although her parents strongly believed in their religion, they never pressed Naomi to accept the same faith as them and let her discover her own faith.
"Yes, I have a belief system, but I don't know everything, and we're just as messy as one another," she revealed in the interview with W .
Being a church child also helps Naomi discover his love of music at a young age.
"I grew up singing in the church actually. That's where I'm just the usual, I grew up in gospel music. I sang from a young age." She told the Huffington Post back in March 2017. "I remember that I chose "Do not Speak" by No Doubt, so that was my first form of performance. I believe f ] I felt it was something I really really enjoyed and wanted to do. " Scott began his singing career with the Bridge Church Youth Band and performed regularly in the school's musical and drama productions.
It was only until Naomi Scott was discovered by British pop singer, Kelle Bryan, when her musical career began.
Shortly after signing Kelle Bryna, Naomi Scott continued with British songwriters and producers Xenomania to release her very first EP.
In 2014, Scott released his EP, Invisible Division and in 2017 she released her second EP Promises.
Not only does she sing, but Scott also writes and plays the piano while performing her music in front of the live audience.
Her acting career started on Disney Channel
When she was a teenager, Naomi Scott landed her first role in the Disney Channel UK series Life Bites in 2010.  A year later, the actor cast as Mohini "Mo" Banjaree in the Disney Channel original movie Lemonade Mouth along with Haley Kiyoko and Bridget Mendler.
In October 2015, Scott was cast as Pink Ranger in Power Rangers film released in 2017. The movie earned the actress's first Teen Choice Award nomination.
Now that Naomi Scott has wrapped the movie for live action remake by Aladdin where she plays Princess Jasmine, the actor has already landed her next lead.
Scott will be starring along with Kristen Stewart as one of the three leading & # 39; Angels & # 39; in the new reboot movie of Charlie's Angels to be released on November 15, 2019.