When the Jonas Brothers broke up back in 2013, fans around the world (including myself) were wondering what was next for them. From solo music careers to joining The Voice, the brothers have been keeping busy with their own projects. However, they re-joined forces last year and happiness has indeed begun again. From their touring income to their acting careers, here’s a breakdown of the Jonas Brothers' net worth.
The Jonas Brothers’ Net Worth Has Us Burnin’ Up—Here’s Everything You Need to Know
1. What’s The Jonas Brothers’ Net Worth?
Surprisingly, the Jonas Brothers all have different net worths as a result of their own solo projects.
Nick Jonas’s individual net worth is the highest amongst the three at about $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Aside from the group money, this includes his solo career, movie career and his latest project as a judge on The Voice.
Joe Jonas’s net worth is around $40 million thanks to judging and acting appearances, as well as his time with DNCE. Kevin Jonas’s net worth is about $25 million, also thanks to his reality TV appearances and some major investments.
2. How Much Do They Get For Their Music?
The Jonas Brothers kicked things off in 2005, but didn't rise to fame until 2007 when they became the Disney Channel’s beloved IT guys. During their first go-round as a group, they sold over 17 million albums worldwide, according to Billboard.
On February 28, 2019, the JoBros announced their reunion and released Happiness Begins with hit single "Sucker." By the summer, the band did their first headlining tour in ten years (which sold over 1 million tickets and made over $100 million). Starting in April, they will have their own Las Vegas residency show, so happiness continues.
They recently debuted a new single, "What a Man Gotta Do" and hinted they have an album in the works, so more music (and its corresponding money) is definitely not off the table this year.
3. What About Their Solo Careers?
Despite many Jonas fans feeling heartbroken after the split, Joe and Nick decided to dive into their own solo music careers. While Joe came out with his own album Fastlife, it wasn’t until he became lead singer in the band DNCE that he saw success with popular hits like "Cake By The Ocean" and "Kissing Strangers." The band also opened for Selena Gomez and Bruno Mars on tour.
At the same time, Nick came out with his self-titled album Nick Jonas and Last Year Was Complicated, giving fans hits like "Chains" and "Jealous" which saw major success on the charts. He even headlined a $16 million Future Now tour with Demi Lovato in 2016.
4. But What About Their Acting Careers?
The group made their acting debut on Hannah Montana before starring in their first films in Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. By 2009, the brothers had their own Disney show called Jonas and debuted a 3D concert film (a major trend that year) which made $12.5 million on opening weekend.
But outside of the trio, Nick Jonas has the most acting appearances. He starred on Hawaii Five-O, Kingdom and Scream Queens. He's also appeared in blockbuster hits like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (which earned $950 million alone), Jumanji: The Next Level, Midway and UglyDolls. The youngster of the three even has Broadway experience, having starred in the 25th anniversary of Les Miserables and How to Succeed in Business Without Even Trying.
While Nick was killing the acting game, Kevin decided to go the reality TV route. He had his own reality TV series called Married to Jonas that followed him, his wife Danielle and her family (with special appearances by the Jonas fam). He also was part of Celebrity Apprentice with stars like Shawn Johnson, Gilbert Gottfried and Vivica A. Fox.
5. Do They Have Any Brand Deals?
From his shoe collection "1410" to his recent tequila brand Villa One with John Varvatos, Nick has been pursuing many collaborations. Aside from collabs, he’s the IG sponsor king with brand partnerships with companies like Lime Bike, Cigna and T-Mobile.
While Kevin Jonas was more of a family man during the JoBros hiatus, he kept himself busy building and selling houses under his real estate company, JonasWerner. Aside from that, he debuted the Yood app and even joined the gaming space with Philymack Games (named after producer Phil McIntyre) that featured mobile games of Demi Lovato and DNCE.
6. Ok, What Else Are They Working On?
After the release of their recent album, they premiered a documentary called Chasing Happiness on Amazon. It explored the JoBros’ take on their rise to stardom, their breakup and their new families.
Not long after, they announced a book that’s coming to shelves in 2020. Blood: A Memoir will dive deeper and give fans a glimpse of what the documentary didn’t touch upon.
While we wait for the book, Nick is currently brushing up his judging skills on season 18 of The Voice. (Fun fact, he isn’t the first JoBro to appear in the red chair. Joe was on a season of The Voice Australia alongside Boy George, Kelly Rowland and Delta Goodrem.) Joe is also currently filming his own series on Quibi, where fans can have a front-row seat to his travel adventures.
We’re definitely "Burnin' Up" for more content from the JoBros.