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Marie Osmond Biography and Wikipedia

Marie Osmond was born as Olive Marie Osmond. She is an American singer, actress, author, philanthropist, talk show host, and a member of the show business family the Osmonds. She gained fame as a solo country music artist in the 1970s and 1980s. On September 9, 2019, Osmond premiered as a new host of The Talk. She is well known for her remake of the country-pop ballad “Paper Roses”.

Marie Osmond Age and Birthday

Marie Osmond was born as Olive Marie Osmond on October 13, 1959, in Ogden, Utah, U.S. She is 61 years old as of 2020. Marie celebrates all her birthday in every October every year.

Marie Osmond Height and Weight

The American born musician, Marie, measures a standing height of 1.65 meters tall which is equivalent to 5 feet 4 inches tall. She also weighs 54 kilograms which is equivalent to 119 lbs. Her bra size is 36 with a cup size C while her shoe size is 7(US). Her other body measurements are 39-27-37. Osmond has Dark brown eyes with dark brown hair.

Marie Osmond Husband and Kids

She has been married by three-time. She got married twice to the same man and was engaged once. She was engaged to Jeff Craytonin May 1979 who is an acting student, but the relationship ended in July of that year they canceled the engagement. Osmond’s first marriage was with Stephen Lyle Craig, a Brigham Young University basketball player. The couple got married on June 26, 1982.

They were blessed to have a child, named Stephen James Craig, who was born on April 20, 1983. In October 1985 they divorced in October. Osmond married Brian Blosil on October 28, 1986, at the Jordan River Temple in Utah. Osmond and Blosil were blessed to have two children, Rachael Lauren who was born on August 19, 1989, and Matthew Richard who was born on July 6, 1999.

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Osmond Children

Marie has eight children four daughters, Jessica Marie Blosil born on17 December 1987, Rachael Krueger born on 19 August 1989, Brianna Patricia Blosil born on 19 November 1997, and Abigail Michelle Blosil born on 5 September 2002. Marie’s four sons are Michael Bryan Blosil born on 4 May 1991, Stephen James Craig Jr. born on 20 April 1983, Matthew Richard Blosil born 6 July 1999, Brandon Warren Blosil November 1996.

Osmond Daughters

She has four daughters Jessica Marie Blosil born on 17 December 1987, Rachael Krueger born on 19 August 1989, Brianna Patricia Blosil born on 19 November 1997, and Abigail Michelle Blosil born on 5 September 2002.

Marie Osmond Songs

  • Paper Roses
  • In My Little Corner of the World
  • Who’s Sorry Now
  • This is the Way That I Feel
  • There’s No Stopping Your Heart
  • I Only Wanted You
  • All in Love
  • Steppin’ Stone
  • I Can Do This
  • Music Is Medicine
  • Give Me a Good Song
  • Least of All You
  • Play the Music Loud
  • That Old Devil Moon
  • When You’re Young and in Love
  • I’d Love to Be Your Last
  • I Can Only Imagine
  • Bless This House

Marie Osmond Latest Album

  • Music Is Medicine

Marie Osmond Movies

  • Maybe This Time
  • Almost Perfect
  • Buster & Chauncey’s Silent Night
  • Donny & Marie (1998 TV series)
  • Diagnosis: Murder
  • O’ Christmas Tree
  • Movie Stars
  • Dancing with the Stars (U.S. season 5)
  • Ladies and Gentlemen… Marie Osmond
  • Marie (talk show)
  • The Road Home for Christmas
  • The Talk (talk show)

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Marie Osmond Net Worth

Marie has earned a lot through her career. She is an American singer, actress, author, philanthropist, talk show host and a member of the show business family the Osmonds. She has an estimated net worth of $24 million.

Marie Osmond Dolls

She appeared in the doll line on QVC in 1991. While she was in QVC she continued to be a primary source of distribution for her dolls. She has Osmond”Remember Me,” “Baby Adora Belle,” “Kissy and Huggs” and her hallmark doll “Adora Belle.”

Marie Osmond Sunday Message

Marie started providing a Sunday Message via her Facebook page and Instagram years ago. its inception has grown in popularity and has become an inspiration to her many followers. She pulls each message from her life lessons, wisdom gained from her family, and sometimes quotes of famous people.

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This birthday week was spent going to see ALL my children, their spouses, my grandchildren and my dearest friend Olivia Newton-John @therealonj. She made me a gorgeous vegan chocolate birthday cake (her mothers recipe) cooked in traditional German style. Can I just say gorgeous and unbelievable!!!! ?? Truly a evenings to top the week off. Needless to say, I’ve been spending a lot of time in the car going from state to state.? The other night, on my drive home, I was listening to one of my favorite playlists. I turned it up as loud as possible and sang along at the top of my lungs! Those who have seen me perform know I can sing really loud. ? One thing I learned a long time ago, it is pretty much impossible to be unhappy when I’m singing! Even in my car to Billy Joel! In John 16:33 the Lord clearly promises, “In the world ye shall have tribulation.” But when we acknowledge that we will face our difficulties without resentment… and that the Savior overcame the world, it’s easier to remember that He has lifted and strengthened each of us in very personal ways. Then we will realize we are never really alone. We will feel a peace inside of us and even though the crisis around us still goes on, we will be filled with hope, cheer and even peace. This peace of mind is a treasure available to every person on earth, and is lost only when we allow it to be taken from us. There are many culprits that linger in the shadows of our existence, waiting to prey upon our peace. One of the worst is resentment. Someone once said, “Resentment is like taking poison and waiting for the other person to die.” When we are free of it we have more energy and time to focus on the good things of life. This strange time will pass, I promise…so in the mean time, we can let the world be our influence or we can let the Savior be our influence. I personally think the Savior would be singing along with me – maybe not to Billy Joel but He would be singing!?? #HappySunday

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