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Scarlett Noel Pomers (born November 28, 1988) is an American actress and singer-songwriter.[1] Her most recognizable roles have been as Naomi Wildman on Star Trek: Voyager (1998–2001) and Kyra Hart on the television series Reba (2001–2007). Her debut EP, entitled Insane, was released January 7, 2010.

Scarlett Pomers
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Scarlett Pomers (2010)
Scarlett Noel Pomers

(1988-11-28) November 28, 1988 (age 30)
OccupationActress, singer-songwriter
Years active1992–present


Early lifeEdit

A fan of hard rock, she began singing and guitar lessons as a child.[2] When she was three years old, an agent at a local shopping mall suggested to her mother Michelle that Scarlett get into the acting business. Scarlett began doing small jobs until they found an agent they both liked. Since then, she has guest starred on many television shows and has appeared in several feature films.[citation needed]



Pomers made her acting debut at the age of three in Michael Jackson's music video, "Heal the World" (1992). She then began doing commercials and has filmed over three dozen to date. She has also starred in a number of television shows, including Judging Amy, That's Life, and Touched by an Angel.

Pomers was five years old when she made her debut on the silver screen in The Baby-Sitters Club. She also appeared in Slappy and the Stinkers, Happy, Texas, Erin Brockovich, and TV-movies Geppetto, as well as appearing on the Disney Channel film, A Ring of Endless Light.

Pomers' first major role began in 1998 as Naomi Wildman on the UPN sci-fi program Star Trek: Voyager. She appeared in 17 episodes over three years and won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Drama Series: Supporting Young Actress. She then joined the cast of the WB series Reba, playing Kyra Hart, the younger daughter of Reba and Brock Hart (Reba McEntire and Christopher Rich). Pomers stayed with the show until it ended in 2007.

Pomers has also appeared as a judge for ION Television's series America's Most Talented Kids.

In 2014 Pomers stated she had effectively retired from acting save for some voiceover work to focus on music and photography.[3]


As a singer, Pomers founded the band SCARLETT, sometimes known as the "Scarlett Pomers Band," which has played at venues including the Knitting Factory, House of Blues, Club One-Seven, The Roxy, and the Whisky a Go Go.[citation needed]

Pomers' debut EP, Insane, was released on January 7, 2010, through her official website,, and iTunes. The album consists of five tracks.

Pomers has covered an AC/DC classic, It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll) in a tribute album to the band titled Rock & Roll Train: A Millennium Tribute To AC/DC and released December 10, 2010, on iTunes.

Personal lifeEdit

In late 2005, Pomers checked into an anorexia nervosa treatment facility. The 5 ft 2 in (157 cm) actress' weight had dropped to 73 pounds (33 kg) and she was exercising as much as six hours per day. Scarlett's character, Kyra, was absent from most of the fifth season of Reba, having only appeared in two episodes out of twenty-two. She was out of the facility by January 2006. Following her release from treatment, Pomers became an ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association, and began an organization called Arch-Angels,[2] which raises money for people who suffer from eating disorders but cannot afford treatment. Her efforts led Teen People magazine to name her one of the 20 teens who will change the world.[citation needed] Scarlett returned to the set of Reba and appeared in episodes for season six until the show ended in 2007. Pomers, who is a vegetarian, began practicing Kundalini yoga in June 2006 after reading a book about Golden Bridge studio director Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, and earned her teaching certificate in the practice. "Yoga always made me feel really good about myself. It was the final step of letting go of the demon."[2]

Her eating disorder was referenced in the first episode of season six. Upon entering the set to a thunderous round of applause in Season 6, episode 1 (after being absent for most of season 5) Reba asked her character Kyra "Where have you been?", to which Kyra replied "I went to get something to eat." Later in the same episode, she was in the living room heading towards the kitchen when Van (Steve Howey) asked, "Where are you going?" She responded, "I'm getting something to eat" and Van replies "see you next year!" "[4]



Year Title Role Notes
1995 The Baby-Sitters Club Suzi Barrett
1998 Slappy and the Stinkers Lucy
1998 Mighty Joe Young Charlotte
1999 Happy, Texas Jency
1999 Baby Geniuses Carrie (voice)
1999 Children of a Laughing God Scarlett Biggs Short
2000 Erin Brockovich Shanna Jensen


Year Title Role Notes
1995 Step by Step Claire Weber "Adventures in Babysitting"
1995 Indictment: The McMartin Trial TV film
1995 The Secret World of Alex Mack Jackie Phillips "Suspect"
1996 Touched by an Angel Penny "The Sky Is Falling"
1997 The Jeff Foxworthy Show Girl Selling Cookies "Twister of Fate"
1998 Martial Law Samantha "How Sammo Got His Groove Back"
1998–2001 Star Trek: Voyager Naomi Wildman Recurring role
1999 Seven Days Jessica Schaffer "For the Children"
1999 Chicken Soup for the Soul Angie "The Heart of Christmas"
1999 Diagnosis: Murder Judy "Santa Claude"
2000 The Wonderful World of Disney Featured "Geppetto"
2000 Providence Becky "Paradise Inn"
2000 Hang Time Suzie "Life 101"
2001 Judging Amy Ashley Marilla "The Claw Is Our Master"
2001 That's Life Abigail Leski "Heart Problems", "Touched by a Biker", "Banister Head"
2001 All About Us Sam Alcott "(Original) Pilot"
2001–07 Reba Kyra Hart Main role
2002 A Ring of Endless Light Suzy Austin TV film


Title Role Notes
Ruthless! Tina Denmark Anne Geddes/Morgan-Wixson Theater
I'll Be Home for Christmas Sandy X-Mas Productions
Someone to Count On Marci St. Paul's Theater
Title Role
Adventures in Odyssey Recurring
Music videos
Title Artist
"Heal the World" Michael Jackson
"Not Back Down" Jak Paris


  1. ^ "Scarlett Pomers Biography". Retrieved 2008-07-24.
  2. ^ a b c Tan, Michelle (August 27, 2007). "My Triumph Over Anorexia". People. Vol. 68 No. 9.
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  4. ^ "Let's Get Physical". Reba. Season 6. Episode 1. 2006-11-19.

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