Singer, Songwriter, Actor
Career Highlights: Singer, songwriter, and actor Nick Jonas is best recognized as part of the Jonas Brothers band with his older brothers, Kevin and Joe. Their debut album “It’s About Time” was released in 2006, followed by their self-titled second album a year later. The Jonas Brothers became prominent figures on the Disney Channel which led to several musical television films including “Camp Rock” and its sequel “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.” Their popularity grew with two of their own television series, “Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream” and “Jonas.” Two more albums followed including “A Little Big Longer” in 2008 and “Lines, Vines and Trying Times” (2009). The band took a hiatus and Jonas took to acting including the television series “Smash” and some Broadway roles. Jonas went on to produce four solo albums: “Nicholas Jonas,” (2005), “Nick Jonas,” (2014), “Last Year Was Complicated” (2016), and “Spaceman” (2021) – and he reunited for a fifth Jonas Brothers album in 2019 titled “Happiness Begins.” A coach on “The Voice” for two seasons, Jonas had prominent acting roles in the hit movies “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” “Jumanji: The Next Level,” and “Midway,” in addition to numerous other film, television, and Broadway roles.