Robert Goulet

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Biography

26 November 1933, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA, d. 30 October 2007, Los Angeles, California, USA. Born to Canadian parents, actor and singer, Goulet made his first professional appearance in 1951 with the Edmonton Summer Pops. He also played in Thunder Rock and Visit To A Small Planet. After appearing in Canadian productions of South Pacific, Finian’s Rainbow, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, he moved to the USA, and made his Broadway debut in 1960, when he played Sir Lancelot in the musical Camelot, introducing the poignant ‘If Ever I Would Leave You’. He also began launching his singing career during this time, and appeared on the Ed Sullivan television variety programme as well as others of that kind. Goulet signed with Columbia Records in 1962 and had his first chart entry with ‘What Kind Of Fool Am I?’ from the musical Stop The World - I Want To Get Off. He won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1962, and his greatest singles...

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