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Marie Osmond Biography and Filmography
Marie Osmond
Birthday: October 13, 1959
Birth Place: Ogden, Utah, USA
Height: 5' 5"
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As part of Utah's Osmond dynasty, it seems only natural that bright-eyed and black-haired Marie Osmond, the second youngest of nine children and the only girl, would join the family business and become an entertainer herself. She made her debut as a toddler on The Andy Williams Show where her older siblings performed in a weekly segment. Whereas her brothers all found success in pop music, Osmond was drawn to country & western from the age of six and at age 13 became a country & western singer herself with the chart-topping hit "Paper Roses." She toured with her brothers and then appeared on a Bob Hope television special and this led to numerous guest appearances on other shows. It was ABC programming president Fred Silverman who came up with the idea of teaming the still-teenaged Osmond with her older brother, Donny (himself a popular recording artist), to create The Donny and Marie Show in 1975. Beginning each week with Marie sweetly proclaiming, "I'm a little bit country," answered by Donny's "and I'm a little bit rock and roll," the toothy duo would host a series of comedy sketches and musical moments until 1979. The show was a number one hit and to cash in on their popularity the duo was starred in the awful Goin' Coconuts (1978). That same year, Osmond starred opposite Timothy Bottoms in The Gift of Love, the television adaptation of O. Henry's touching Christmas tale The Gift of the Magi. Other television movies included I Married Wyatt Earp (1983). In 1995, she attempted a television series with the sitcom Maybe This Time, co-starring Betty White, but it barely lasted a season. Though she has not had a hit record since the '80s, Osmond continues touring, bringing her four children with her. In addition to performing, she has made an exercise video for pregnant women, published a beauty book, designed a line of clothing patterns — most notably designs — and oversees the manufacturing of fine porcelain collector dolls which she hawks on shopping networks and Disney theme parks. Osmond was raised in a deeply religious Mormon family and though she is twice married, stays close to her faith. She is committed to helping children and in the '80s she and actor John Schneider founded the Children's Miracle Network, a charitable organization that helps children's hospitals around the world.
Buster & Chauncey's Silent Night (1998)
National Parenting Poll (1992)
Marie Osmond's Merry Christmas (1986)
Rose Petal Place: Real Friends (1985)
[ Nicole Eggert ]
Rose Petal Place (1984)
[ Nicole Eggert ]
The Velveteen Rabbit (1984)
I Married Wyatt Earp (1983)
[ Alison Arngrim ]
Venetian Love Song/The Arrangement/Arrividerci, Gopher/The Gigolo: Part 2 (1982)
[ Shelley Winters ][ Meredith Baxter ]
Rooster (1982)
[ Jill St. John ][ Delta Burke ][ Pamela Hensley ]
Side by Side: The True Story of the Osmond Family (1982)
The Osmond Family Christmas Special (1980)
The Gift of Love (1978)
[ June Lockhart ]
Goin' Coconuts (1978)
Hugó a víziló (1975)
  • Was on Broadways "Anna and the King".
  • She appeared in The Muppets' "She Drives Me Crazy" music video.
  • Has five adopted children.
  • Children: Stephen (b. 1983), Jessica (b. 1987), Rachael (b. 1989),Michael (b. 1991), Brandon (b. 1996), Brianna (b. 1997), Matthew (b.1999) and Abigail (b. 2002).
  • Sister of Alan Osmond, Donny Osmond, Jay Osmond, Jimmy Osmond, Merrill Osmond, Virl Osmond, Tom Osmond and Wayne Osmond. All nine Osmond siblings studied karate under Chuck Norris.
  • Turned down the starring role in the movie, Grease (1978) on "moral grounds".
  • In October, 1999 she disclosed her treatment for severe bout of postpartum depression, following birth of 7th child, Matthew, on July 6, 1999. She became so despondent that she left her husband and kids planning never to return. Osmond said she basically gave the baby, and credit card, to her babysitter, got in her car and drove off believing her kids would be better off without her. She reconsidered later when her husband reached out to her by cell phone.
  • Dated Andy Gibb, but they broke up because her parents did not approve of the relationship.
  • In addition to being an international celebrity, Marie is also a businesswoman. In 1991, she launched the "Marie Osmond Fine Porcelain Collector Dolls" line on QVC and at Disney theme parks. It has become QVC's top selling doll line, has been nominated for Trendsetter of the Year in the collectibles industry, and has moved into the retail and direct response markets. She began sculpting a number of her own dolls in 1993, and she received three Dolls of Excellence award nominations during the 1997 International Toy Fair. In 1998, she reached a hallmark achievement by selling her 1,000,000th doll on QVC.
  • Co-founder/co-host, with John Schneider, of Children's Miracle Network, a project of The Osmond Foundation. The largest annual broadcast in fundraising history, it has raised in excess of 1.8 billion dollars since 1983, 100 percent of which has stayed in the local area in which it was raised for medical treatment, research and assistance, benefiting children's hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada. In 1989, the Country Music Foundation presented Marie with the prestigious Roy Acuff Award in recognition of her efforts on behalf of children.
  • Measurements: 33 1/2-23-34 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • She is a close childhood friend of Shawn Southwick.
  • Daughter of George Osmond and Olive Osmond.

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