Nick Jonas serves as a coach on the 18th season of NBC's four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series "The Voice."
Jonas is one-third of the preeminent male group of this century, the Jonas Brothers, who opened the floodgates for a new era of titans in pop music. They earned three consecutive No. 1 albums and sold out shows across three continents. The tremendous success of the band provided a launchpad for the successful solo careers of Nick and his brothers, Joe and Kevin Jonas, who until recently had kept loyal fans yearning for a reunion.
The band made their highly anticipated return with the single "Sucker," which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100. The band also captured the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 with their now platinum-certified album "Happiness Begins."
Jonas has received critically acclaimed solo success off his self-titled album, which includes the triple-platinum and No. 1 US radio hit "Jealous." A recipient of the Songwriters Hall of Fame's prestigious Hal David Starlight Award, Jonas co-wrote the original song "Home" for the movie "Ferdinand." The song was nominated for a 2018 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song.
As an actor, Jonas garnered critical praise for his role in the 2016 Sundance Film Festival film "Goat." He appeared alongside Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black in "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle," Sony's highest-grossing film at the US box office. Jonas was also featured in Roland Emmerich's "Midway" and recently completed production on Lionsgate's post-apocalyptic thriller "Chaos Walking," which stars Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland and is scheduled for release later this year.
On the TV side, Jonas guest-starred on Fox's horror-comedy series "Scream Queens" and co-starred on "Kingdom."