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Donald Clark "Donny" Osmond (born December 9, 1957 in Ogden, Utah) is an American entertainment personality. He is a singer, ex-teen idol and has worked as a talk show and game show host, actor and record producer. Born to parents Olive and George Osmond, Donny is best known for being half of the brother-sister singing act Donny & Marie.

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In the mid '70s, Donny was paired up with his younger sister, Marie. The duo recorded several albums together before and while starring in their own television variety series, Donny & Marie which aired on ABC from 1976-1979.

When Donny and Marie ended, Donny tried to reinvent himself as a solo artist. Donny spent several years as a performer before returning to the U.S. charts with the song "Soldier of Love" and its follow up "Sacred Emotion." Within the past few years, he has released a Christmas album, an album of his favorite Broadway songs, and a compilation of popular love songs; his voice can also be heard in the Disney animated film Mulan, in which he sings "I'll Make A Man Out of You".

Donny also found success on the musical theater stage when he starred in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He was the cohost of a talk show with Marie in 1998 also called Donny and Marie. The show ran for two seasons, and marked the first time the brother and sister had been together professionally in twenty years. Donny went on to host Pyramid, a syndicated television game show, which ran from 2002 until cancellation in 2004.

In 2004, Donny Osmond returned to the UK Top 10 for the first time as a solo artist since 1973, with the George Benson-sampling "Breeze On By," co-written with fellow former teen idol Gary Barlow, of 1990s UK boy band Take That.