Robert Gerard Goulet 
November 26, 1933 -- October 30, 2007

RobertGoulet took Broadway by storm as Sir Lancelot in Camelot (1960) starring opposite Julie Andrews and Richard Burton.

The dark, handsome, blue-eyed newcomer who like no other had a unique resonant and stirring baritone voice, redefined the interpretation of the romantic ballad and foreverchanged the sound on Broadway. 

His Broadway bow launched him internationally on an award-winning stage, screen and recording career. His vocal talents illuminated every medium of the entertainment world. A Grammy, Tony and an Emmy award winner, Robert Goulet's illustrious career spanned forover six decades, and he is considered as one of the greatest baritones of our time.

 “Mr. Goulet dazzled Bostonians at the Schubert Theatre as Lancelot of “Camelot”

He walked on stage in a suit of dazzling armor to sing on top of his dazzling voice, the bragging, blustering, egomaniacal, ballad “C’est Moi,” the chandeliers lighted up by themselves and the joint jumped, a rare thing in Boston.”


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