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Born Olive Marie Osmond on October 13, 1959, in Ogden, Utah, Marie Osmond is often best
remembered for her collaboration with her brother as the singing duo Donny and Marie, who were
popular for music albums and a TV series. Singer, actress, television personality and businesswoman
Marie Osmond was born Olive Marie Osmond on October 13, 1959, in Ogden, Utah. While she has
achieved a number of successes as a solo artist, an actress, and a businessperson, Marie Osmond is
often best remembered for her collaboration with her brother as the singing duo Donny and Marie. The
only girl out of nine children, she was raised in an unusual show business family. Some of her older
brothers started singing together as the Osmond Brothers. Managed by their father George, the
group’s musical career took off after an appearance on The Andy Williams Show in 1962. They
became regular guests on the show and eventually became an international pop sensation.
As a toddler, Marie appeared with her brothers on The Andy Williams Show. Williams joked that she
was the “newest Osmond brother,” but it was not long before she did join the famous Osmond
Brothers on stage. In her later memoir, Behind the Smile: My Journey Out of Postpartum Depression,
Osmond commented that she had little time for a normal childhood. She and her siblings worked hard,
“memorizing scripts, learning to sing a song in Swedish … for a foreign tour, spending long days
dancing, playing instruments, and singing.” She also indicated in her memoir that she had been
sexually abused as a child. In 1973, Osmond had her first taste of solo success with her rendition of
“Paper Roses,” which climbed to the top of the country music charts and broke into the top five on the
pop charts. The subsequent album bearing the single’s title also did well with country music fans. Her
next two efforts, In My Little Corner of the World (1974) and Who’s Sorry Now (1975) were unable to
match her earlier accomplishments. Teaming up with her older brother Donny, Osmond scored two
pop hits, “Morning Side of the Mountain” and “I’m Leaving It All Up to You” in 1974. A wholesome and
photogenic pair, they were featured in their own television special in 1975, which was a hit with
viewers. This led to the siblings getting their own variety show the following year. Debuting in January
1976, Donny and Marie was a hour-long program filled with songs and skits. Donny was “a little bit
rock and roll” while Marie was “a little bit country,” according to the lyrics of their theme song. In
addition to her work on the show, Marie had schoolwork to contend with as she was only 16 years old
when the program first aired. Donny and Marie had many guest stars, including comedian Paul Lynde,
Andy Williams, Kris Kristofferson, and Andy Gibb. Most of all, the show featured the much of the
Osmond family from younger brother Jimmy to the original members of the Osmond Brothers—Alan,
Wayne, Merrill, and Jay. After its first season, the show was moved to its production to a studio facility
the Osmond family had built in their hometown of Orem, Utah.
Despite their fame, both Donny and Marie remained devoted to their family and true to their Mormon
faith. As their religion prohibits alcohol, coffee, tea, and premarital sex, the Osmonds were known to
change the lyrics of songs rather than to compromise their beliefs. Following her parents’ rules, Marie
was not allowed to go on a date alone with a guy until she was 18. At the age of 18, she was already
thinking ahead to marriage, telling People magazine: “I’m not in any rush, but by the time I’m 21 I’ll
probably want to get serious. Showbiz isn’t for eternity. Marriage is.” By the end of 1970s, television
audiences had tired of the squeaky clean brother-sister act and their renditions of older, more familyfriendly songs. Disco and more urban style music was all the rage, making the Osmonds seem
completely out of step with the times. The show—then known as The Osmond Family Hour—left the
air in May 1979. Her show may have been cancelled, but Osmond continued to have some success
on television. She had her own limited-run variety show Marie from 1980 to 1981 and then made a
series of television movies. In 1979, Osmond starred with James Woods and Timothy Bottoms in The
Gift of Love. She went on to play her own mother Olive in 1982′s Side By Side: The Story of the
Osmond Family. In 1985, Osmond served as the co-host for Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.

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