This is going to be a tough one for you to get, but it is a really good kindness and a year from now you would all get it.
Anyway, our actress is foreign born.
She was in a top 10 movie of the year.
Way down in the call sheet, but if you saw the movie you would remember her.
She is young.
Started off doing tween stuff before getting a network break.
Now it is foreign television and US indies until that huge movie with high expectations is released next year and will probably bomb.
Our actress does so much charity work I’m not sure how she finds time to act. She grew up spending hours doing outreach so I guess it is ingrained in her.
She was promoting an indie film recently and was more busy talking to church groups that heard she was in town and wanted her to speak than doing actual press for the movie.
In the movie world she is clawing her way up, in the charity world she is a rock star.
Brilliant, young, gorgeous, married to an athlete.
She has spent time in some of the worst places on earth working in hospitals or teaching or building houses or 100 other things.
She has been in life threatening situations involving rebels and diseases and she keeps going back.
She volunteers for the most difficult jobs and then convinces other people to come with and donate their time or stay home and donate money.
She just does it to help.
Charity work: Scott was born in London, England. Her mother, Usha Scott, is of Indian descent from Uganda, and her father, Chris Scott, is British. Her father serves as senior pastor of the Bridge Church, Woodford in Redbridge. Scott has participated in missionary and outreach work.