Nick Jonas is an American singer, songwriter and actor, who has a combined net worth of $70 million with wife Priyanka Chopra. 

 The couple have been married since December 2018. He first rose to fame along with his brothers Joe and Kevin in their band the Jonas Brothers on the Disney Channel. He also has a successful solo career.

Nicholas Jerry Jonas was born in Dallas, Texas, on September 16, 1992. He was raised in Wyckoff, New Jersey where he was homeschooled by his mother. 

He has two older brothers, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas, and a younger brother, Frankie. His father is also a songwriter and musician, as well as a former ordained minister.

After being discovered at the age of six in a barber shop, Jonas began performing on Broadway. 

While performing in "Beauty and the Beast" in 2002, Jonas wrote a song with his father titled "Joy to the World", featured on the compilation album "Broadway's Greatest Gifts: Carols for a Cure, Vol. 4.", and later released through INO Records in 2003 as his debut single.

His brothers Joe and Kevin provided background vocals for his debut album "Nicholas Jonas" (2004), and despite the album's poor performance, all three brothers were signed together to Columbia Records as the group the Jonas Brothers.

Together, the band made their acting debut on August 17, 2007 on the Disney series "Hannah Montana", before landing their own show "Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream" in May 2008.