Joe Jonas BiographyJoe Jonas (full name Joseph Adam Jonas) is a popular American actor and singer. Along with his brothers, he formed the band "Jonas Brothers," which became very popular in the mid-2000s. In 2009, a musical series about their life titled "Jonas" aired, which also enjoyed great success.
After the band split up, Joe released several solo tracks and later formed a new band called "DNCE." Their debut song, "Cake by the Ocean," quickly topped international music charts.
ChildhoodJoe Jonas was born on August 15, 1989, in Casa Grande, USA. He wasn't the only child in the family; his parents raised three other sons: Kevin, Nick, and Frankie. The boys' mother, Denise Miller, was a renowned singer, while their father, Paul Jonas, always had a passion for music and wrote songs himself. As Joe grew older, he too became interested in music and dancing.
Jonas Brothers and Solo ProjectsIn the summer of 2006, they released their debut album "It's About Time," which instantly sold 50,000 copies. Unfortunately, this was not enough for the label, so by early 2007, they parted ways with Columbia Records and soon after signed with Hollywood Records. That same summer, they released another album simply titled "Jonas Brothers." Almost instantly, they gained a massive fan base and even managed to secure the 5th spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
Acting CareerIn 2008, the "Jonas Brothers" appeared in an episode of the TV show "Hannah Montana". Over 11 million people watched this episode, starring singer Miley Cyrus.
In 2016, the singer had a guest role in the TV series "Angie Tribeca" and a cameo in the comedy "Zoolander 2".
In 2022, Jonas appeared in the war movie "Devotion". Not only did he play one of the main characters, but he also collaborated with rapper Khalid on the song "Not Alone". He later described this experience as "unforgettable".