It's been 27 years since the original Aladdin hit theaters, and now we can finally relive the magic with the live action remake.
Although the movie has some familiar faces, there are a few characters that many of us would like to learn more about.
One of them is Naomi Scott. Although this is the biggest role Scott has played so far, the actress has been part of the industry for some time.
Let's take a look at how Naomi Scott was transformed from a young musician into a starring role in one of the biggest films of 2019.
She was born and raised in London.
Naomi Grace Scott was born on May 6, 1993, in London, England.
Her mother is from Uganda and from Gujarati, her father is British.
Both Scott's parents are pastors at Bridge Church, Woodford, Redbridge, UK, and Naomi spent most of her childhood at church.
Although their parents firmly believed in their religion, they never pressured Naomi to accept the same beliefs as they did and allowed her to discover her own beliefs.
"Yes, I have a belief system, but I do not know everything and we're all just as confused," she revealed in her interview with W .
As a church child, Naomi discovered her love for music at an early age.
"I grew up in the church and sang there. Where I was just the usual, I grew up with gospel music. I sang at a young age. "She said to the Huffington Post in March 2017." I remember I opted for, Don't Speak by No Doubt, and that was my first kind of performance I had the feeling that it was something that I really enjoyed and that I wanted to do. "
Scott began her singing career with the Bridge Church Youth Band, performing regularly in school musicals and theater productions.
It was not until Naomi Scott was discovered by British pop singer Kelle Bryan that she began her career as a musician.
Shortly after signing with Kelle Bryna, Naomi Scott worked with British songwriters and producers Xenomania released their first EP.
In 2014 Scott released her EP Invisible Division and in 2017 she released her second EP Promises.
She not only sings, but Scott also writes and plays the piano while performing her music in front of live audiences.
Her acting career began on the Disney Channel
When she was still a teenager, Naomi Scott landed her very first acting role in the series Disney Channel UK Life Bites in 2010.  A year later, the actress, along with Haley Kiyoko and Bridget Mendler, was cast as Mohini "Mo" Banjaree in the original Disney Channel film Lemonade Mouth .
In October 2015, Scott was cast in the movie Power Rangers which was released in 2017 as Pink Ranger. The film earned the actress her first Teen Choice Award nomination.
Now that Naomi Scott has completed the filming of the Aladdin live action remake in which she plays Princess Jasmine, the actress has already received her next starring role.
Scott will co-star with Kristen Stewart in one of the three starring roles in Charlie & # 39; s Angels due to be released on November 15, 2019.