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Scarlett Pomers

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Scarlett Pomers
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Birth name Scarlett Noel Pomers
Born November 28, 1988 in Riverside, California, USA
Notable Roles Kyra Hart in Reba
Notable Episodes
Awards

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Biography

Scarlett's acting debut came at the age of three in Michael Jackson's music video, "Heal the World' (1992). She then did a number of commercials.

Her first major television role was as Naomi Wildman on Star Trek: Voyager. She appeared in 17 episodes over 3 years (seasons 5-7), during which she won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Drama Series: Supporting Young Actress. She then proceeded to play Kyra Hart on the WB comedy Reba. Her tenure on the show lasted for all of it's six seasons. Also she was a judge for America's Most Talented Kids on the PAX Network (now renamed ION Television).

Scarlett has not released an album, however if you go to her myspace page you will find several sound clips of some songs by her. Her song "Valentine" appeared in the 2009 movie Love and Dancing and is available on iTunes. Scarlett wrote "Valentine" at age 12 as a poem and then years later set it to music. She also collaborated with Jak Paris on the song "The Chain" on his album Electric Revolution

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Reba Kyra Hart 2001–2007 1 2 3 4 5 6

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Step by Step Claire Weber 4x22 - Adventures in Babysitting May 5, 1995
The Secret World of Alex Mack Jackie Phillips 2x05 - Suspect November 4, 1995
Touched by an Angel Penny 3x09 - The Sky Is Falling November 3, 1996
The Jeff Foxworthy Show Girl Selling Cookies 2x22 - Twister of Fate May 5, 1997
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 5x05 - Once upon a Time November 11, 1998
Martial Law Samantha 1x09 - How Sammo Got His Groove Back November 21, 1998
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 5x07 - Infinite Regress November 25, 1998
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 5x11 - Latent Image January 20, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 5x14 - Bliss February 10, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 5x15 - Dark Frontier (1) February 17, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 5x16 - Dark Frontier (2) February 17, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x02 - Survival Instinct September 29, 1999
7 Days Jessica Schaffer 2x04 - For the Children October 20, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x07 - Dragon's Teeth November 10, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x09 - The Voyager Conspiracy November 24, 1999
Chicken Soup for the Soul Angie 1x14D - The Heart of Christmas December 14, 1999
Diagnosis Murder Judy 7x11 - Santa Claude December 16, 1999
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x12 - Blink of an Eye January 19, 2000
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x14 - Memorial February 2, 2000
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x18 - Ashes to Ashes March 1, 2000
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x19 - Child's Play March 8, 2000
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 6x23 - Fury May 3, 2000
Providence Becky 2x23 - Paradise Inn May 19, 2000
Hang Time Suzie 6x07 - Life 101 November 4, 2000
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 7x11 - Shattered January 17, 2001
That's Life (2000) Abigail Leski 1x13 - Heart Problems January 20, 2001
Judging Amy Ashley Marilla 2x11 - The Claw Is Our Master January 30, 2001
That's Life (2000) Abigail Leski 1x14 - Touched by a Biker February 3, 2001
That's Life (2000) Abigail Leski 1x17 - Banister Head February 24, 2001
Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman 7x23 - Homestead May 9, 2001

Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
A Ring of Endless Light Suzy Austin August 23, 2002

Awards and Accolades

Young Artist Awards

(4 Wins in 8 Individual Nominations)