On Tuesday, August 15, Joe Jonas turned 34 years of age. He is the middle sibling within the Jonas Brothers, which also includes Kevin (35) and Nick (30). Their youngest brother, Frankie, is only 22.
In the acting world, Joe is best known for starring in the Disney Channel original movie Camp Rock alongside Demi Lovato. He and his brothers also had a show on the Disney Channel, appropriately titled Jonas, which ran for two seasons. In recent years, Joe played the character of Marty Goode in Devotion.
But Joe’s impact is even bigger in the music industry, of course. His first run with the Jonas Brothers gave us four studio albums: 2006’s It’s About Time, 2007’s self-titled Jonas Brothers, 2008’s A Little Bit Longer, and 2009’s Lines, Vines and Trying Times. The siblings then got back together as a band 10 years later and released two albums so far: 2019’s Happiness Begins and 2023’s The Album. In 2011, Joe released his solo album Fastlife. With the DNCE band, he also released the self-titled DNCE album in 2016.