|Full name||Nicholas Jerry Jonas|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
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Nicholas Jerry Jonas Biography:
Nick Jonas was born in Dallas, Texas, in 1992. He started his career in theatre as a young lad and was offered a recording contract as a teen. Past the group, Jonas has attained notoriety as a solo musician and enlarged his performing career to TV and films.
Singer and performer Nick Jonas was born on September 16, 1992, in Dallas, Texas. He was raised in Wyckoff, New Jersey, and is the smaller brother of future band mates Kevin and Joe Jonas. All three lads played music together growing up, but it was Nick who had been found first, singing in a hair salon while his mom got a haircut.
His Broadway career continued with functions as replacement alternates in Les Miserables and Beauty and the Beast so when the replacement in Annie Get Your Gun with Reba McEntire.
While working on Broadway, Jonas wrote a Christmas song together with his dad which was found by Columbia Records. His musically prone sibs, Kevin and Joe, co-composed several tunes with him that finally resulted in the creation of the three-brother group, the Jonas Brothers.
Jonas and his brothers released one record with Columbia but were subsequently dropped by the label soon after. In early 2007, Disney’s Hollywood Record picked up the trio and from the summer’s ending their tunes were heard all over Radio Disney and their videos may be viewed about the Disney Channel.
The Jonas Brothers’ self titled record was launched in 2007, reached the Top 5 on the Billboard charts and went double platinum. The record’s single, “S.O.S.,” soared to No. 1 on iTunes.
The group released their third record with Hollywood Records—and fourth studio album complete—in 2009, entitled Lines, Vines and Trying Times.
Nick Jonas’s career goes beyond his identity along with his brothers and he exhibited that in 2010 when he embarked on his first solo tour with his side project, The Management.
While balancing a recording career and performance in numerous musicals, Jonas has additionally worked as a television celebrity. Jonas after earned noteworthy guest appearances on the shortlived Matthew Perry comedy Mr. Sunshine (2011), ABC’s Last Man Standing (2011) and the Broadway play Smash (2012).
In late October 2013, the Jonas Brothers put rumors to rest by declaring they were breaking up. Earlier in the month, the pop group made headlines when they canceled their autumn tour.
Jonas was identified as having diabetes as a kid and together with assistance from his brothers, developed the “Change for the Children Foundation.” The foundation partners with five different charities and works toward the purpose of raising money and awareness for diabetes as well as other childhood diseases.