Nick Jonas is best known as one Jonas Brothers, the international pop sensations who have sold more than eight million albums. But before all that, he was a Broadway baby, starting out when he was just 8 years old.
Now at the ripe old age of 19, Jonas is back on Broadway with a classic musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," taking over the role once held by "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe.
Jonas is scheduled to appear in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" for six months. After that, he said he plans to go back into the studio and record with his brothers.
"It's been about a year and a half, two years, since we released music together. It'll be great to do that once again for our fans," he said.
Jonas told Gayle King and Erica Hill he's happy -- and thankful -- to be back on the stage. "I did start out in Broadway in New York. ... I think that kind of shapes who I am as a performer in general.
"At a young age, I learned about work ethic and how important that is to, you know, wanting do what you love and realizing there are so many talented people out there who work so hard every day to be in a position they're in. To have started there, to have that kind of grounding, I think has really helped me when I've gone on to recording and touring with my brothers. Now coming back to it, I understand the work ethic and appreciate how much people put into this life and this career that is an intense one, doing eight shows a week. I'm having a fantastic time and loving the support of everyone coming to see the show."
For more with Jonas on "CBS This Morning," including talk about his relationship with the Obamas, his time on Broadway and his excitement about the Giants' Super Bowl win, watch the video in the player above.