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Bonus Jonas Frankie to Make Recurring Guest Appearances on 'J.O.N.A.S!'

September 26, 2008 (8:35 am) GMT
A source in the know has claimed that the so-called "Bonus Jonas" will make recurring guest appearances on the upcoming show, starring as the youngest Lucas brother.
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More details have been outed by a source in the know about the highly anticipated Disney television series "J.O.N.A.S!", one of which is that Frankie the "Bonus Jonas" will make recurring guest appearances on it. The little boy, whose name is Franklin "Frankie" Nathaniel Jonas, will play as the youngest brother of Lucas brothers, played by his real-life brothers, .

"They play three brothers in a band. But in the show, they are the 'Lucas' brothers," the unidentified source explained referring to , , ' starring roles in the comedy series. The source moreover explained that its title "J.O.N.A.S!" is meant as a reference "to the name of the street they live on."

And while all the Jonas' siblings will star in, the series wouldn't star their real-life parents. Their on-screen parents will be played by actor and actress who have yet to be identified.

The brothers are scheduled to begin shooting the series, which reportedly will be a single-camera comedy series, next Monday, September 29. The location of the shooting isn't being disclosed. The series, still according to the source, is slated for spring 2009 debut.

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