Marie Osmond is an American singer, actress, and doll designer. She is also a member of the Osmond family, a music group from the early-1970s. However, Marie was never part of this music group but has led a solo career. She is known for hosting ‘Donny & Marie’, a 90’s hit show and for her song ‘Paper Roses’. Let’s take a closer look at her personal life, career, and how much is her net worth.
Olive Marie Osmond was born on October 13, 1959, in Utah. She is the only daughter of George Osmond and Olive Osmond. Marie grew up and was raised by her seven brothers, Virl, Wayne, Merrill, Tom, Donny, Alan, Jay, and Jimmy Osmond. She was really loved by the family as she was the only girl.
In 1982 Marie met and married her first husband, Steve Craig. However, the couple divorced three years later. Marie and Steve share a son together who they named Stephen Blosil. Then, in 1986 she got married to Brian Blosil with whom she had two children, Matthew Richard and Rachael Lauren. The couple also adopted five children together named Jessica Marie, Brandon Warren, Michael Bryan, Brianna Patricia, and Abigail Olive May. Nevertheless, she divorced her second husband in 2007 and four years later she remarried her first husband, Steve Craig.
Marie Osmond appeared first on TV in the early 1960s when she was only 4. She made her musical debut with her brothers on ‘The Andy Williams Show’. Marie’s brothers had a band called ‘The Osmond Brothers.’ However, her actual career started in 1973 when she released her first debut album ‘Paper Roses’.
After her debut album, Marie released nine more albums, including ‘In My Little Corner of the World,’ ‘I Can Do This,’ ‘Music Is Medicine,’ ‘Steppin’ Stone,’ and ‘I Only Wanted You.’ Throughout her musical career, Marie has collaborated with record labels like Curb, Columbia, and MGM.
#TimeFlies, doesn't it?! Although we can't slow time down (believe me, I’ve wished for it), we CAN make our time more meaningful. ⏰
— Marie Osmond (@marieosmond) March 17, 2019
Marie Osmond co-hosted ‘Donny & Marie’ together with her brother Donny Osmond from 1976 to 1979. Then, in 1983, she became a co-founder of an NGO, Children’s Miracle Network, whose aim was to improve the life of underprivileged or children who are suffering from diseases.
It's #ChildrensHospitalsWeek! Please join me in supporting @CMNHospitals by making a donation to help kids like Naomi. She was born premature, but thanks to @CMNHospitals she's doing great today!! #MiracleMonday
— Marie Osmond (@marieosmond) March 18, 2019
Marie Osmond was also part of a number of movies and shows, including ‘Maybe This Time’, ‘Marie (TV Series)’, ‘Movie Stars’, ‘The Gift of Love’, ‘Buster & Chauncey’s Silent Night’, ‘Diagnosis: Murder’, ‘Rose Petal Place’, ‘I Married Wyatt Earp’, and ‘Side by Side: The True Story of the Osmond Family’. In 2007, she was part of the 5th Season of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ where she won third place.
What you might not know about Marie Osmond is the fact that she had published three books, ‘Behind the Smile: My Journey Out,’ ‘The Key Is Love,’ and ‘Might as Well Laugh About it Now.’
Awards and Achievements
Marie Osmond has won several awards, including the Country Music Association Award for Vocal Duo of the Year in 1986, the TV Land Favorite Singing Siblings Award in 2006 and the TV Land Pop Culture Award in 2015. She has also been nominated for a number of awards, such as Grammy Award for the Best New Artist, Grammy Award for the Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, Academy of Country Music Awards for Top Female Vocalist, among others.
Marie Osmond Net Worth
Excited for these 3 shows with my brothers Jay & Merrill and my nephew David next week! Who’s coming? 💃🏻🎟 Tickets: https://t.co/LNCpLFV7Yf
— Marie Osmond (@marieosmond) March 8, 2019
It has been estimated that Marie Osmond’s net worth stands at over $20 million. Most of her wealth comes from her album sales, tours, and endorsement deals. Moreover, she has earned a lot of money from shows, movies, books, and designing dolls.