Biography

Nicholas Jerry Jonas is an American singer, dancer, songwriter, actor, and performer. At the tender age of twelve he had already starred in four Broadway shows, numerous commercials, and a variety of recorded works. He is a passionate performer. His vocal ability has been compared to a young Stevie Wonder and Donny Osmond.
His Broadway credits include performing in the role of Gavroche in Les Miserables. He was the last person to play the role of Gavroche in the Final Cast of the Tony Award winning production. He also starred as Chip in Beauty and the Beast, Little Jake in Annie Get Your Gun with Reba McEntire and Crystal Bernard, and Tiny Tim and the Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol - the Musical at Madison Square Garden.

His vocal and performing abilities have been highlighted in Broadway showcases, outdoor performances, etc. He most recently starred in the Papermill Playhouse version of The Sound of Music. Nicholas has performed in many commercials for the likes of Disney and Chuckie Cheese, to name a few.

During Christmas of 2003, Nicholas released a version of his original song, “Joy to the World (A Christmas Prayer)”, written by Nicholas and his father. Within two weeks, it was the Most Added and Most Increased Airplay song on R&R’s Christian AC Chart. He now performs with his two older brothers in their band, Jonas Brothers. He recently began creating music with his side project, Nick Jonas & The Administration.

Edited by music_iz_life13 on 27 Jan 2011, 19:38

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