Nick Jonas is ecstatic about making his acting debut in London's West End, calling his upcoming stint in Les Miserables "a dream come true".
The Jonas Brothers star began his career on Broadway and performed in a range of top productions as a child before shooting to fame as a pop singer with his siblings.
He last performed on the New York stage in a 2003 revival of Les Miserables and on Thursday (27May10), revered London theatre producer Sir Cameron MACkintosh revealed Jonas was returning to the musical this summer (10)
Jonas has confirmed the news on his Twitter.com page, revealing he can't wait to play Marius in the British capital.
He writes, "I am so excited to announce that I will be performing in Les Misérables once again!
"When I was ten years old I was in Les Misérables as Gavroche. On my closing night in 2003 I told my parents that I would come back to be Marius one day. It is truly a dream come true.
"More details will be coming soon. Can't wait to see the fans who make it out to the show! Love you all. Special thanks to Cameron for this amazing opportunity. 'I Dreamed a Dream' and they seem to be coming true."
The 17 year old will make his West End bow at the Queen's Theatre on 21 June (10), marking the start of a three-week stint.
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