Born Olive Marie Osmond on October 13, 1959, Marie Osmond is an American singer, the only daughter of nine children all of whom, have been involved in the music industry, except for two brothers who are deaf, so Marie is a co-partner in the family show business “The Osmonds”. Marie is perhaps beat known for co-hosting the TV show named “Donny & Marie” along with one of her brothers, Donny, from 1976 to 1979. As a singer, Marie is best known as a country music artist: her most famous song is the cover of “Paper Roses”. Marie is also known as screenwriter and actress, and is currently increasing her net worth by designing dolls.
So just how rich is Marie Osmond? Sources estimate that Marie’s net worth is $25 million, with her wealth coming from a variety of activities in which Marie is, or has been involved, during her working life which now spans more than 40 years.
Marie Osmond Net Worth $25 Million
Marie Osmond started her acting career in 1976 with the variety show “Donny & Marie” along with her brother, which aired on the ABC channel. Marie contributed to the show as a country music artist, while her brother Donny performed rock n roll. However, it was The Osmonds` management which encouraged Marie to seek a career in singing, so she started working with MGM Records and appearing as one of “The Osmonds”.
In total, Marie Osmond has released nine studio albums, including “Paper Roses” (1973), “Who`s Sorry Now” (1975), “This Is the Way That I Feel” (1977), “There`s No Stopping Your Heart” (1985), “I Only Wanted You” (1986), “I Can Do This” (2010). Marie Osmond’s net worth was increased with incomes from the sales of these albums`.
This is not to forget Marie Osmond’s acting career. Marie’s filmography includes performances on “Goin` Coconuts” (1978), “The Big Show” (1980), “Rose Petal Place” (1984), “Maybe This Time” (1995 – 1996), “Dancing With the Stars” (2007), “The Oprah Winfrey Show” (2010), “The Rosie Show” (2011), “Marie” (2012), and “The Doctors” (2013) among others.
From 1985 to 1986 Osmond appeared in the TV documentary series “Ripley`s Believe It or Not!” replacing Holly Palance, a famous American actress. Marie Osmond net worth was boosted considerably with revenues from this series.
Marie Osmond has also performed on Broadway, having starred in such plays as “Donny & Marrie – A Broadway Christmas”, “The King and I” and “The Sound of Music”.
In 1991 Marie started her doll line named QVC. Her dolls were debuted in 2009 on The Shopping Channel in Canada. Marie`s doll collection was well received: she was nominated for Dolls magazine`s “Awards of Excellence” and “Trendsetter of the Year”. Marie Osmond net worth was further increased when she published a book of handcrafted products, named “Marie Osmond’s Heartfelt Giving: Sew and Quilt for Family and Friends”, and published in 2010. In the book can be found instructions on how to design The Osmonds projects such as “Paper Roses” quilt, bags or gifts for others.
Of further interest is that, together with actor John Schneider, Marie Osmond launched the non-profit organization “Children`s Miracle Network” in 1983.
Marie Osmond has married Stephen Craig twice, first 1982-85 (one son) then remarried in 2011. Marie was married to Brian Blosil from 1986-2007; they have two biological children and five adopted children.
Performing at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas with her brother Donny. [May 2011]
Las Vegas, Nevada: Rehearsing for her new talk show "Marie" for the Hallmark channel. [July 2012]
Release of her book, "Behind the Smile: My Journey Out of Postpartum Depression" by Marie with Marcia Wilkie and 'Judith Moore'. 
Release of the book, "Donny and Marie" by Patricia Mulrooney Eldred. 
Just celebrated her 12th anniversary of creating/ designing dolls with the QVC network [August 2003]
Release of new Donny and Marie album. Currently doing talk shows and CD signings to promote CD. [May 2011]
Announced UK and Christmas tour with brother Donny [July 2012]
Release of her book, "Might As Well Laugh About It Now" by Marie with Marcia Wilkie. [April 2009]
She has English, Danish, Scottish, Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), German-Swiss, Dutch, and Welsh ancestry.
Daughter Rachael has announced her engagement.
On April 29, 2009, Marie revealed that her eldest daughter, Jessica, was a lesbian and had been living with her girlfriend for the past three years in Los Angeles.
Her son, Michael Blosil, killed himself by leaping to his death on February 26, 2010 in Los Angeles.
The Osmonds were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 7080 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
Spokesperson for the American Heart Association. Lost her grandmother, mother and father to heart disease.
Fainted onstage during ABC's October 22nd (2007) live broadcast of Dancing with the Stars (2005), but quickly recovered. She explained on-air, "Once in a while that happens to me when I get winded. I stop breathing".
Co-founder/co-host, with John Schneider, of Children's Miracle Network, a project of The Osmond Foundation. The largest annual broadcast in fund raising 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.
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.
In October, 1999 she disclosed her treatment for severe bout of postpartum depression, following the birth of her 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.
Turned down the starring role in the movie, Grease (1978) on "moral grounds".
Children: Stephen Blosil (aka Stephen James Craig) (b. 1983 - father is first husband Steve Craig), Jessica Marie (b. 1987), Rachael Lauren (b. 1989), Michael Brian (b. 1991 - February 26, 2010), Brandon Warren (b. 1996), Brianna Patricia Lynne (b. 1997), Matthew Richard (b. 1999) and Abigail Olive May (b. 2002).
Has five adopted children.
She appeared in The Muppets' "She Drives Me Crazy" music video.
Was on Broadways "Anna and the King".
I never had a sister growing up. Donny was the closest thing
I wish my parents could have raised every man out there
"Now I'm REALLY depressed!" (to a fan who recognized her as the voice of "Rose Petal," at a signing-party for her autobiography)