Robert Goulet (Performer) | Playbill

Robert Goulet


Mr. Goulet, who most of his life sported a slicked-back, highly sculpted hairstyle and a pencil-thin moustache, played opposite the King Arthur of Richard Burton and the Guenevere of Julie Andrews. He sang the comically arrogant "C'est Moi" and the romantic ballad "If Ever I Would Leave You." The two taken together proved to aptly sum up Mr. Goulet's persona, which hovered between slick showbiz schmaltz and sincere romanticism.

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  • Born: Nov 26, 1933 in Lawrence, MA
  • Death: Oct 30, 2007 in Los Angeles, California

Roles (8)

La Cage Aux Folles Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 2004 La Cage aux Folles
Opened December 09, 2004
  • as Georges (Replacement)
    Arrived On Apr 15, 2005
The 50th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 2, 1996 The 50th Annual Tony Awards - 1996
Opened June 02, 1996
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
Moon Over Buffalo Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1995 Moon Over Buffalo
Opened October 01, 1995
  • as George Hay (Replacement)
Camelot Playbill - June 1993 Camelot
Opened June 21, 1993
  • as Arthur (Original)
The 36th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1982 The 36th Annual Tony Awards - 1982
Opened June 06, 1982
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
The 35th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1981 The 35th Annual Tony Awards - 1981
Opened June 07, 1981
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
The Happy Time Playbill - Jan 1968 The Happy Time
Opened January 18, 1968
  • as Jacques Bonnard (Original)
Camelot Playbill - March 1961 Camelot
Opened December 03, 1960
  • as Lancelot Du Lac (Original)


Theatre World Awards
1961 Theatre World Award Winner
Tony Award
1968 Best Actor in a Musical Winner

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