Robert Goulet Passes
October 30, 2007 at 5:49 PM (PT)
BROADWAY and LAS VEGAS superstar ROBERT GOULET died TUESDAY morning a LOS ANGELES hospital while awaiting a lung transplant. He was 73.
Born in MASSACHUSETTS and largely raised in CANADA, GOULET first gained stardom on BROADWAY with "CAMELOT." The 1960 LERNER & LOEWE musical also starred RICHARD BURTON and JULIE ANDREWS. He then scored multiple appearances on "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW" and other TV variety shows.
GOULET also won a GRAMMY Award in 1962 as Best New Artist, and enjoyed a hit single chart in 1964 with "My Love Forgive Me."