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Jimmy Osmond
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    (April 16, 1963- )
    Born in Canoga Park, California
    Youngest Osmond sibling
    Recorded the single ‘Long-Haired Lover from Liverpool’ (1972)
    Appeared in the film ‘The Great Brain’ (1978) and two episodes of ‘Fame’
    Appeared in British productions of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,’ ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Aladdin’
    Wrote the children’s book ‘Awesome Possum Family Band’ (2014)
    President of Osmond Entertainment
    Manages the Osmond Theater in Branson, Missouri
    He said about his role with the Osmonds, ‘I was the little guy who’d run on and be goofy.’
    He was a one-hit wonder in the US.
    After overindulging in grilled cheese sandwiches from room service before a show, he vomited into the front row of the audience (1974).
    He became a staple of celebrity editions of British reality shows, including ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here,’ ‘Come Dine with Me,’ ‘Everybody Dance Now,’ ‘Celebrity Masterchef’ and ‘Popstar to Operastar.’
    At age nine, he was the youngest performer to hit #1 on the British singles chart.
    He noted, ‘I make more money on record sales today than I ever made in the heyday of the Osmonds because I own my own label.’
    He suffered a stroke due to a previously undetected birth defect, a hole in his heart connecting the left and right atria (2004).
    He suffered another stroke onstage while portraying Captain Hook in a pantomime of Peter Pan, but continued his performance until the final curtain (December 27, 2018).

Credit: C. Fishel

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