Marie Osmond Career, Net Worth, Personal Life, And Other Details


Marie Osmond is a popular American singer, actress, and author. She is known for her “girl next door” image and decades-long career in many areas. As a singer, she has had several chart-topping country music songs such as “Paper Roses” and “Meet Me in Montana.” 

Moreover, she released other singles with 40 songs in 1974. After two years, she also launched 4th studio album named “This Is The Way That I feel”.  As a television personality, she has hosted Donny & Marie (alongside brother Donny Osmond) and, more recently, on The Talk. 

As an actress, she appeared in television films and Broadway musicals. As a businesswoman and author, she has written several books and helped found the Children’s Miracle Network.

Moreover, Let’s discuss Marie Osmond’s measurements, Career, Net Worth, Personal Life, and Other details. 

Full Name Olive Marie Osmond
Nickname Olive
Date of Birth October 13, 1959
Age 64 Years Old (As of 2024)
Occupation Singer, actress, television host
Zodiac sign Libra
Hair color 5ft 6 inches
Eye Color 54 kg
Chest Size 39 inches
Waist size  27 inches
Hip Size  37 inches
Bra size 36C

Early Life and EducationMarie Osmond Career

Marie Osmond was born on 13 October 1959 in Ogdah, Utah, United States. Her father’s name is George, and her mother is Olive Osmond. She was the eighth of nine children to Olive May and George Virl Osmond, and the only daughter.

She was raised in a family that followed Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church. Two of her elder brothers, Virl and Tom, were born deaf.

Her other brothers, Merrill, Jay, Donny, Jimmy, Alan, and Wayne, began performing as a barbershop quartet at a young age and eventually found success on The Andy Williams Show in the 1960s.

This success prompted the family to move to Los Angeles. At four years old, she made her first appearance on The Andy Williams Show.

During her childhood, She spent most of her time at home with her mother, Olive, and her brothers, Virl, Tom, Donny, and Jimmy. She and Donny were particularly close and would often play together. 

Music Career

Marie Osmond signed with MGM/Kolob Records in 1970 and began performing country music with her brothers. In 1973, her debut single “Paper Roses” reached No. 1 on two Billboard charts and earned her a gold record. She continued to release albums and singles, with several reaching No. 1 on the country charts.

In 2015, Marie released “Music Is Medicine,”. According to Wikipedia, Her latest album, “Unexpected,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover chart in December 2021. Marie is currently touring the United States and Canada.

Acting CareerMarie Osmond Net Worth

Marie Osmond has appeared in various movies and TV shows. In October 1978, she starred with her brother Donny Osmond in the film ‘Goin’ Coconuts (initially titled “Aloha Donny & Marie”). 

Later, In December 1978, Marie starred in the made-for-TV movie ‘The Gift of Love,’. In August 1982, she appeared in the made-for-TV movie ‘Rooster’ as Sister Mae Davis, a comedy film starring Paul Williams and Pat McCormick. 

In April 1982, Marie played her mother, Olive Davis, in the made-for-TV film “Side by Side: The True Story of the Osmond Family.” In January 1983, she starred in “I Married Wyatt Earp” as Josephine ‘Josie’ Marcus, Bruce Boxleitner as Wyatt Earp, and Alison Arngrim as Amy. 

Recently, she co-starred in the 2019 made-for-TV romantic Christmas comedy ‘The Road Home for Christmas’ as Cassie, and in 2020, she played Melanie in the Lifetime movie ‘The Christmas Edition.’ In 2021, she portrayed Margaret in ‘A Fiancé for Christmas.’ 

In 2023, she appeared in the TV series Fantasy Island Episode, “Walk a Country Mile”, and also appeared in the television soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful as the guest starring role.

Broadway Career

Marie Osmond had a successful run performing Broadway musicals in the mid-1990s. She starred as Anna Leonowens in “The King and I”, and as Maria in “The Sound of Music” (1997). Marie and Donny Osmond produced Donny & Marie – A Broadway Christmas, a hit that became a touring production in several US cities.


Marie Osmond authored three New York Times bestselling books such as “Behind the Smile: My Journey Out” (2001), discussing her postpartum depression; “Might As Well Laugh About It Now” (2009), co-written by Marcia Wilkie, focusing on Osmond’s life milestones and missteps; and “The Key Is Love” (2013), also co-written by Wilkie, revolving around Osmond’s mother’s values. 

Net Worth & Assets 

According to “Celebrity Net Worth”, Entrepreneur, thelist, and other various sources, Marie Osmond’s estimated net worth is $20 million, which she earned through her successful career. In 2009, she decided to sell her house in Orem, Utah. 

The house was built in 1995 and has a living space of 9,000 square feet. Initially, she put the house on the market for $1.2 million but later lowered it to $845,000. However, despite her best efforts, there were only a few interested buyers.

Marie Osmond HusbandPersonal Life

Marie Osmond has been married three times and, interestingly, twice to the same man. Before getting married, she engaged to Jeff Crayton, an acting student, in May 1979. However, two months later, they broke off their engagement in July of the same year. 

In January 2019, during a “Watch What Happens Live” episode, she revealed to host Andy Cohen that she had a brief relationship with Erik Estrada. She also dated singer Andy Gibb around the same time.

Osmond first married Stephen Lyle Craig, a Brigham Young University basketball player, in 1982. Their only child, Stephen James Craig, was born in 1983. The couple divorced in October 1985.

On October 28, 1986, Marie Osmond married Brian Blosil at the Jordan River Temple in Utah. The couple had seven children, five of whom were adopted. Their five adopted children are Jessica, Michael, Brandon, Brianna, and Abigail, while two, Rachael and Matthew, were biological. Unfortunately, Osmond and Blosil’s announced their divorce in March 2007.

In May 2011, Marie Osmond remarried her first husband, Stephen Lyle Craig, in Las Vegas. They used the same dress from their 1982 wedding and decided to remarry a few months before their son’s wedding.

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