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Franklin Nathaniel "Frankie" Jonas (born September 28, 2000) is an American actor, who had a recurring role on the Disney Channel sitcom, . His older brothers - Jonas L.A. Kevin, Joe, Nick - were in the pop group the Jonas Brothers. He starred in his first solo role without his brothers in , alongside Ponyo Noah Cyrus.
Personal life [ edit ]
Frankie is the son of Denise and Paul Kevin Jonas Sr. and the younger brother of
Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas. Jonas is sometimes referred to as the "Bonus Jonas," and "Frank the Tank". He is of [2 ] Italian (from a maternal great-grandfather), German, Cherokee, English, Irish, Scottish, and French-Canadian descent. [3 ] [4 ] [5 ]
He currently lives in Southlake, TX, a suburb of Dallas, has blue hair, and has a purple-haired girlfriend named Emma Brundage.
In 2009, Jonas lent his voice to a
Japanese animated film, Hayao Miyazaki's , which was released in American theaters on August 14, 2009. He played Sōsuke, a character who is befriended by a juvenile fish named Ponyo (voiced by Ponyo Noah Cyrus), who wants to become a human girl. They also both sing the theme song to the movie.
He appeared as a recurring character in the Disney Channel Original Series,
for which he won the award for "Choice Breakout TV Star Male" at the 2009 Jonas L.A. Teen Choice Awards.
He appeared in his first movie
alongside his older brothers Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam The Jonas Brothers as Trevor Kendall, a Junior Rocker at Camp Rock.
He appears in his brother Kevin's reality show, that follows Kevin and his wife during their married life, and the Jonas Brothers Reunion.
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Discography [ edit ]
Singles [ edit ]
Music videos [ edit ]
Filmography [ edit ]
Television [ edit ]
Awards and Nominations [ edit ]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Star Male
Frankie Lucas on
Jonas L.A. Won
J-14 Teen Model Awards Icon of Tomorrow
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]