Marie Osmond’s Net Worth, Height, Age, & Personal Info Wiki

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Marie Osmond is a singer, actress, author, philanthropist from the United States, talk show host, and member of the Osmonds entertainment family. (1)

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Facts About Marie Osmond

NationalityAmerican
Estimate Net Worth$20 million
ReligionNA
Zodiac SignLibra
BirthplaceUtah
BirthdayOctober 13, 1959

Marie Osmond's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height1.65 m
Weight54 kg
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorDark Brown
Body TypeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Marie Osmond's Net Worth

Marie Osmond has a net worth of $20 million (2)

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Marie Osmond's Early Life

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Olive Marie Osmond was the eighth of nine children born to Olive May and George Virl Osmond in Ogden, Utah. Marie was brought up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Marie brothers began their careers in show business at a young age, singing and performing on national television. Marie made her television debut as part of her brothers’ act, the Osmond Brothers, on The Andy Williams Show when she was four. Still, she did not appear with her brothers in the group’s television performances throughout the 1960s. (3)

Marie Osmond's Wife and Family Life

Osmond has three marriages, two to the same man. Before marrying, she was engaged in May 1979 to Jeff Crayton, an acting student, but they broke their engagement in July of that year.

On one episode of Watch What Happens Live in January 2019, Marie showed to host Andy Cohen that she dated Erik Estrada for a short time. Around the same time, she was dating singer Andy Gibb.

On June 26, 1982, Osmond married Stephen Lyle Craig, a Brigham Young University basketball player. Stephen James Craig, their only child, was born in 1983. In October 1985, the couple divorced.

Osmond married Brian Blosil on October 28, 1986, at the Jordan River Temple in Utah. Rachael and Matthew were Osmond and Blosil’s, children. Jessica, Michael, Brandon, Brianna, and Abigail were also adopted. In March of 2007, Osmond and Blosil announced their impending divorce. In a joint statement, both parties stated that neither was to blame for the divorce.

Marie Osmond's Career

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Marie was one of only two siblings in the Osmond family who was not involved in the music industry; the other was Tom Osmond, who was completely deaf. Following the Osmonds’ initial success in 1970, Donny found success as a soloist on the popular music charts and became a teen idol. Marie Osmond was persuaded to record an album by her mother, and she signed with the family’s label, MGM/Kolob Records, and began performing live with her brothers. While her brothers were playing rock music by 1972, Marie’s theme was aimed at a market that the Osmonds had not yet explored: country music.

From September 1998 to May 2000, Osmond and her brother hosted Donny & Marie, a syndicated 60-minute talk show. Dick Clark produced the show, which included news, commentary on current events, guests from the entertainment industry, and segments highlighting the duo’s talents. She was a judge on Simon Cowell’s short-lived Fox celebrity reality show Celebrity Duets in 2006. The same year, Entertainment Tonight magazine reported that Osmond would join the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful, a long-running CBS daytime soap opera, but she never made an appearance.

Originally announced while cohosting The Talk and on her social media, Marie is currently working on a new operatic album that will be released in late 2020. On August 26, 2021, an article in People magazine announced the Unexpected album’s official release date of December 10, 2021, with pre-orders beginning on August 27, 2021. Amazon says a limited signed vinyl format will be available in addition to the digital or CD versions. She has previously performed opera on a Christmas album, on Broadway, and during her Vegas residency. It will be her eleventh solo album when it is released.

Marie, her Hallmark Channel variety show, premiered to a record-breaking 320,000 viewers in October 2012. This was her first time as executive producer, and the show ran for 150 episodes. The show later aired in reruns on the Reelz Channel before being canceled in 2013. From 2013 to 2019, Osmond appeared in over 90 episodes of the CBS daytime show The Talk as a regular fill-in when a regular host was absent. In May 2019, it was confirmed that Osmond would join the panel full-time for the show’s tenth season, replacing Sara Gilbert, who left at the end of season nine. (4)

References

  1. Marie Osmond, retrieved from https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005288/
  2. Marie Osmond Net Worth, retrieved from https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-celebrities/singers/marie-osmond-net-worth/#:~:text=What%20is%20Marie%20Osmond’s%20Net,music%20group%20called%20the%20Osmonds.
  3. Marie Osmond, retrieved from https://www.allmusic.com/artist/marie-osmond-mn0000270060/biography
  4. Marie Osmond, retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Osmond