Leon Thomas III Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Songs, Albums, Movies, TV Shows

Leon Thomas III Biography

Leon Thomas III (Leon G. Thomas III) is an American actor, songwriter, record producer and singer well known for playing Andre Harris on the Nickelodeon series Victorious. Thomas is currently signed to Columbia/Rostrum Records.

Leon Thomas III Age

Leon G. Thomas III was born on August 1, 1993 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. He is 25 years old as of 2018.

Leon Thomas III  Height

He stands at a height of 1.75 m.

Leon Thomas III Net Worth

Thomas has an estimated net worth of $600 thousand dollars.

Leon Thomas III Girlfriend

Thomas likes to keep his personal matters away from public and has not yet been linked to any relationship or engagement or posted any picture of the same on his social media accounts.

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Leon Thomas III Parents

Leon G.Thomas III was born to Jayon Anthony and Leon Thomas II.

Leon Thomas III Career

Broadway and career beginning (2003–2006)
Thomas made his Broadway debut when he was 10 years old as Young Simba in the Broadway production of The Lion King. In 2004, he appeared in the original Broadway cast of Tony Kushner’s Caroline, or Change as Jackie Thibodeaux. During the company’s tour of five-month run, Thomas toured with the company in Los Angeles and San Francisco. He also performed in the Broadway production of The Color Purple.
August Rush and television appearances (2007–2009)
Thomas appeared in the 2007 film August Rush as Arthur, performing the song “La Bamba” and was the singing voice for Tyrone in The Backyardigans. He also guest starred on Jack’s Big Music Show and Just Jordan. Thomas also appeared in the iCarly episode “iCarly Saves TV” as Harper and was featured on The Naked Brothers Band Christmas Special.
Victorious and musical career (2010-2012) 
Thomas played a main character as Andre Harris on Victorious, which premiered on March 27, 2010 on Nickelodeon. He also portrayed Andre Harris in the crossover episode between Victorious and iCarly, “iParty with Victorious”. Thomas also appeared in an episode of True Jackson, VP as himself. The album “Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show” was launched on August 2, 2011, with Thomas featured in the songs “Song 2 You” (written by him) and “Tell Me That You Love Me”.
“Victorious 2.0: More Music from the Hit TV Show” was released on June 5, 2012, with Thomas featured in the songs “Countdown” and “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”. In July 2012, the Victorious television series ended production and the show’s final episode aired on February 2, 2013. During the seasons of Victorious , where episodes such as The Bird Scene, Tori the Zombie and Survival of the Hottest predominated, Thomas had the opportunity to share a recording set with different young artists like him they were in search of artistic possibilities, some of them were Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, Matt Bennett, Elizabeth Gillies, JC Gonzalez among others.
Mixtapes and production work (2012–present)
Thomas started to record his first mixtape called Metro Hearts in 2012 and it was released on August 1, 2012. The mixtape Metro Hearts has songs like “Forever”, “Bad”, “Moving On”, “Vibe”, “Like Clay” and “Never Look Back”. A cover of “Take Care” by Drake was also included in the mixtape. The cover is by Leon Thomas featuring Ariana Grande.
Thomas co-wrote a for the British group Stooshe named “Ain’t No Other Me”, which features as a deluxe edition track on their debut album, London with the Lights On. He co-wrote four songs on Ariana Grande’s 2013 album “Yours Truly”. Thomas also co-produced five songs on Yours Truly, in addition to the song “Last Christmas” from Grande’s Christmas Kisses EP, as a member of production duo The Rascals. In addition, Thomas’ work in production as a part of “The Rascals” was included on the Grammy award-winning album Love, Marriage & Divorce. Thomas’ contribution is as a writer on the song entitled “I’d Rather Be Broke” performed by Toni Braxton.
Leon Thomas released a new single on September 24, 2013 named “Hello How Are You”, featuring Wiz Khalifa. Thomas released a new mixtape on January 1, 2014 named V1bes, under the name Leon Thomas, via Datpiff. Thomas also announced that a music video for his single, Hello How Are You, was in the works. Thomas served as a co-producer for Post Malone’s album Stoney in 2016. He appeared in the Kathryn Bigelow-directed film Detroit in 2017.

Leon Thomas III Movies

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2003

Robin and Roger

Boy

“The Plan” (Season 1, Episode 3), 9-episode-series

2007

August Rush

Arthur

2010

Rising Stars

JR

2014

Bad Asses

Tucson

2015

Runaway Island

Evan Holloway

2017

Detroit

Jerry

 Leon Thomas III TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2006

Just for Kicks

Ty

2 episodes

The Backyardigans

Tyrone

Singing voice (seasons 2–3)

2007

Just Jordan

Ronnie

Episode: “Revenge of the Riff”

Jack’s Big Music Show

Leon

Episode: “Laurie’s Big Song”

2008, 2011

iCarly

Harper, Andre Harris

Episode: “iCarly Saves TV”
Crossover movie: “iParty With Victorious”

2008

The Naked Brothers Band

Leon Williams

Episode: “Christmas Special”

2010

2010 Kids’ Choice Awards

Himself

With the cast of Victorious

2010–13

Victorious

Andre Harris

Main role, 57 episodes

2011

True Jackson, VP

Himself

Episode: “True Fame”

2011 Kids’ Choice Awards

With the cast of Victorious

2012

Figure It Out

Panelist (Episodes 20, 23, 31, 38)

2014

Satisfaction

Mateo

Recurring role, 6 episodes

Robot and Monster

Monster’s Singing Voice

2015

Fear the Walking Dead

Russell

Episode: Pilot

2017

Insecure

Eddie

Recurring role

Leon Thomas III Mixtapes

Title

Mixtape details

Peak chart positions

US

Metro Hearts

Released: August 1, 2012
Formats: Compact Disc and Digital download
Label: Rostrum Records

V1bes

Released: January 1, 2014
Format: Compact Disc and Digital download.
Label: Rostrum Records

“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Leon Thomas III Singles

  • “Hello How Are You” (feat. Wiz Khalifa) 2013 TBA

Leon Thomas III EPs

Title

EP details

Peak chart positions

US

Genesis

Released: August 24, 2018
Formats: Digital download
Label: Rostrum Records

“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Leon Thomas III Songs

Year

Song

Artist(s)

Album

Appearance

2007

“La Bamba”

Leon Thomas

August Rush

Primary artist

2008

“I Like That Girl”

iCarly

2010

“Make It Shine”

Victorious Cast & Victoria Justice

Victorious

Backing vocals

2011

“All I Want Is Everything”

“I Want You Back” (Jackson 5 cover)

“Song 2 You”

Lead vocals

“Tell Me That You Love Me”

Backing vocals

“Leave It All to Shine”

iCarly and Victorious Cast, Miranda Cosgrove, & Victoria Justice

“Favorite Food”

Victorious Cast & Victoria Justice

Non-album song

“It’s Not Christmas Without You”

Merry Nickmas

2012

“Shut Up ‘N Dance” (The Slap.com version)

Non-album song

“Don’t You (Forget About Me)” (Simple Minds cover)

Victorious 2.0

“5 Fingaz to the Face

Lead vocals

“365 Days”

Leon Thomas

Victorious 3.0

“Sleigh Ride”

Nickelodeon Cast

Merry Nickmas

2016

“Yours Truly, Austin Post”

Post Malone

Stoney

Bass, Composer, Guitar

Leon Thomas III Music Videos

Year

Video

Album

Director

2011

“I Want You Back” (with Victorious Cast)

Victorious

Unknown

“Countdown” (with Victoria Justice)

Victorious 2.0

Dan Schneider

2012

“Here’s 2 Us” (with Victoria Justice)

Victorious 3.0

Dan Schneider

 

Leon Thomas III Broadway Appearances

  • The Lion King
  • Caroline, or Change
  • The Color Purple

Leon Thomas III Concert Tours

  • Big Time Summer Tour (joined on August 21, 2012)

Leon Thomas III Awards and Nominations

Year

Association

Category

Work

Result

2015

Grammy

Best R&B Album (Producer/Writer)

Love, Marriage & Divorce

Won

2008

Young Artist Awards

Best Performance In A Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor (Fantasy or Drama)

August Rush

Won

2012

NAACP Image Award

Outstanding Performance In A Youth/Children’s Program (Series or Special)

Victorious

Nominated