Donny Osmond (b. 1957)
The Osmonds' resident teen idol ("One Bad Apple," "Puppy Love").
Surprisingly resillient singer/actor/game-show host.
Hosted ABC reality flop, The Great American Dream Vote, canceled after two air dates (2007).
Brother of Jimmy, Marie and various lesser Osmonds.
Has cohosted two series with Marie--the variety show Donny and Marie (1976-79), and the talk show Donny & Marie (1998-2000).
Hosted $25,000 Pyramid update, Pyramid (2002-04), sans Marie.
Earned 18 gold records as a member of the Osmonds.
Made TV debut, at age 6, with his older brothers on The Andy Williams Show (1962).
Made it back onto the pop charts as a "mystery artist" at age 31 with the hit, "Soldier of Love" (1989).
Starred in Broadway flop Little Johnny Jones, which opened and closed all in one night (1982).
Lost a boxing match to Danny Bonaduce (1994).
Suffered from panic attacks, even before the Bonaduce thing.
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