Robert Gerard Goulet (November 1933 – October was a Canadian-American singer and actor. He is probably best known for originating the role of Lancelot in the 1960 Broadway musical Camelot and his numerous appearances in Las Vegas.
1965 Robert Goulet On Broadway Vinyl LP 33 Columbia CL 2418 Easy Listening
1965 Robert Goulet On Broadway Vinyl LP 33 Columbia CL 2418 Easy Listening #EasyListening
So long, San Diego! The Civic Theatre is incredible. So cool to be on the same stage that so many big names have shared. Robert Goulet, Cathy Rigby, Josh Gad, and Jesse Tyler Fergesson just to name a few of the names I found on the walls. Not to mention several of my friends, mentors and teachers. Unreal. Until next time! #dirtydancing #dirtydancingontour #ddontour #broadway #musicals #tour #networkstours #tourlife #johnnycastle #ballroom #actor #dancer #singer #stage #show…
Tonight in Fresh from his 'discovery yr as Lancelot in Camelot on Broadway, Robert Goulet makes his first TV appearance, singing "If Ever I Would Leave You" on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan Show. It would be the first of 17 appearances for the singer.
My Love Forgive me Timeless Robert Goulet’s voice is deep, warm, exciting and as smooth as vintage wine. His ways with a romantic ballad is unmistakable and he is undoubtedly one of the greatest baritones of our time.
Robert Goulet (November 1933 – October - Tony and an Emmy winner, was a legendary artist of striking power, whose vocal talents illuminated every medium of the entertainment world. He is considered one of the greatest baritones of our time.