Nick Jonas is a celebrity cast member of NBC's summer adventure series "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," now in its third season.
Jonas launched his solo music career with a critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, released in November 2014 and including the triple-platinum smash single and No. 1 U.S. radio hit "Jealous," which he co-wrote, the double-platinum single "Chains" and the hit single "Levels." In 2015, in partnership with Island Records, Demi Lovato and long-time manager Phil McIntyre, he launched the artist-centric record label Safehouse Records.
Jonas was the driving songwriting force behind the Jonas Brothers, and was a co-writer or sole writer on the majority of their releases. In addition, he helped pen a number of songs on Demi Lovato's first album, which brought her to prominence under Hollywood Records.
Jonas began his acting career on Broadway with roles in "Les Misérables," "Beauty and the Beast," "Annie Get Your Gun" and "A Christmas Carol." Since then, he's had lead roles in London's West End production of "Les Misérables," Broadway's "How to Succeed at Business without Really Trying," and LA's "Hairspray." He has also appeared on the hit shows "Mr. Sunshine," "Last Man Standing" and "Smash," as well as the 2014 feature film "Careful What You Wish For," directed by Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum.
In 2015, Jonas wrapped Season 3 of the gritty, critically acclaimed television show "Kingdom" and can be seen later this year in the James Franco-produced film "Goat," which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. "Goat" was honored in the Panorama Dokumente category at The Berlin Film Festival and will be released this fall.
Jonas' latest album, "Last Year Was Complicated," was released on June 10, 2016. The first single off the album, "Close" featuring Tove Lo, was released in March. His co-writing credits on the album include "Chainsaw," "Unhinged," "The Difference," "Champagne Problems" and "Bacon."
He kicks off his 40-city North American Honda Civic Tour: Future Now with Demi Lovato in June.