Donny Osmond Net Worth: $20 Million (approx.)
|Net Worth:||$20 Million (approx.)|
|Date of Birth:||Dec 9, 1957|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Musician, Presenter, Actor, Dancer, Radio personality, Television producer, Author, Songwriter, Voice Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Donny Osmond is a famous American singer, musician, actor, dancer, radio personality. Donny Osmond net worth is around $20 million.
A multi-talented artist, Donny Osmond is also known for co-hosting TV show Donny & Marie. In addition, Osmond has appeared on many reality TV shows over the years.
Donny Osmond Net Worth 2023:
Donny Osmond net worth is around $20 million in 2023.
Donny Osmond started his career when he joined The Osmonds, an American family music group that became quite popular during the 70s. Donny Osmond then began a successful solo career.
Donny Osmond Biography:
Donny Osmond was born on 9th December, 1957 in Ogden, Utah. Donny was raised alongside 8 siblings as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Donny soon joined The Osmonds and embarked on a music career.
Donny Osmond Music Career:
The Osmonds first gained fame after being invited to appear on The Andy Williams Show. In 1963, Donny Osmond appeared on the show with a solo performance of the song “You Are My Sunshine.” As the youngest member of the group, Donny Osmond soon was a teen idol.
His solo career seemed to go north when he released a cover of Roy Orbison’s “Sweet and Innocent” in the early 70s. The single charted well, as did his follow-up singles. Donny Osmond increasing level of success won him an appearance on the Here’s Lucy show.
By the 1980s, The Osmonds had moved towards Country music, while Donny gravitated more towards pop music as a solo artist.
But, the process of redefining his image wasn’t an easy and it wasn’t until 1989 that he recognized as a successful pop act with the single “Soldier of Love.” The track reached the number two spot on the US charts, and Donny followed up with “Sacred Emotion.” Donny Osmond began an extensive tour to support his comeback.
In the early nineties, Donny Osmond featured as a guest vocalist on Dweezil’s Zappa’s cover of “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees.
During this time, Osmond also shifted towards film. First, Donny contributed the track “No One Has to Be Alone” to the soundtrack of the animated film The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water.
Next, Donny Osmond recorded the fan-favorite song “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from Mulan. During the 2000s, Osmond released a Christmas album before reaching the top ten of the US charts with “Breeze On By.”
Eventually, Donny released his 17th solo album, entitled The Soundtrack of My Life, which featured a collaboration with Stevie Wonder on the track “My Cherie Amour.”
Donny Osmond Film and Television Career:
Osmond’s television career grew alongside his musical achievements. The first success came when Donny Osmond and his sister Marie hosted The Mike Douglas Show.
Producer Fred Silverman was so impressed that he offered the brother sister duo a show of their own. This became The Donny & Marie Show, a successful show that ran from 1976 to 1979. The siblings followed up with Donny & Marie, a talk show that ran from 1998 to 2000.
Donny Osmond’s hosting roles didn’t finish with The Donny & Marie Show. Later on, He hosted the game show Pyramid from 2002 to 2004, the British game show Identity, and later The Great American Dream Vote, which was canceled after two episodes. In 2008, Donny Osmond hosted the Miss USA pageant alongside his sister Marie.
As an actor, Donny has been featured in guest roles on shows like Friends, Diagnosis: Murder, and Hannah Montana.
Donny Osmond also appeared in films such as The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch, Goin’ Coconuts, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and College Road Trip. As a voice actor, Donny Osmond has worked on animated series such as Johnny Bravo and Bob the Builder.
Osmond has also appeared on The Masked Singer and Dancing with the Stars. In 2009, Donny Osmond was paired with professional dancer Kym Johnson for the ninth season of Dancing with the Stars. While Osmond certainly had his ups and downs during the series and received low scores at times, Donny eventually won the entire competition with a stunning performance during the finals. Donny Osmond returned to the show during season 18 as a judge, and also judged the show’s British counterpart Strictly Come Dancing in 2014.
Donny Osmond Theater:
Donny Osmond started his Broadway musical career in the early 80s, replacing David Cassidy in the musical Little Johnny Jones. But, the show was canceled after just one performance. Donny Osmond found more success during the 90s, playing the role of Joseph in the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Donny Osmond participated in thousands of performances for the musical and was later cast in the same role for the 1999 film adaptation.
In 2006, Donny Osmond returned to Broadway with a role as Gaston in the musical Beauty and the Beast. Although the show was only scheduled to run for nine weeks, it was extended due to popular demand.
Donny and Marie Osmond are also popular for their Christmas musicals, which include Donny & Marie: A Broadway Christmas and Donny & Marie: Christmas in Chicago. Both of these productions have proven hugely successful and popular.
Donny and Marie also worked together after Donny’s success on Dancing with the Stars, creating a show for the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas. The 90-minute show was so popular that it ran for 11 years, finally coming to a close in 2019. In honor of their achievements, the Flamingo Hotel’s theater was renamed the Donny and Marie Theater.
Donny Osmond Family:
Donny Osmond married Debra in 1978. They eventually had 5 sons together.
They have 10 grandchildren as on day.