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  • Robert Goulet
  • Robert Goulet
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  • Robert Goulet (n. Lawrence, Massachusetts, Estados Unidos 26 de noviembre de 1933 - Los Ángeles, Nevada, Estados Unidos, 31 de octubre de 2007), fue thumb|250px|Robert Goulet Simpsonizado. un thumb|250px|left|Robert Goulet. actor y cantante barítono norteamericano.
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  • Robert Goulet was a voice actor in America.
  • Robert Gerard Goulet (November 26, 1933 – October 30, 2007) was a Canadian/ American entertainer. He rose to international stardom in 1960 as Lancelot in Lerner and Loewe's hit Broadway musical Camelot. His long career as a singer and actor encompassed theatre, radio, television and film.
  • Robert Goulet is the singer of Mikey Blumberg's singing voice. He died at Los Angeles, California in October 30th, 2007. In the age of 73. After the end of the upcoming movie from "Lilo and Stitch" sequels, for the while the beginning of the end credits play, stills from the movie are shown since "Lilo and Stitch" in 2002. Like "Stitch! The Movie", "Lilo and Stitch: The Series" and "Leroy and Stitch". And when that's over the words: "Dedicated to the Memory of Elvis Presley and Robert Goulet" appears.
  • Robert Goulet (November 26, 1933 – October 30, 2007) was an American singer. He appeared as himself in the episode "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)". In a long career, he appeared in numerous film, TV and stage productions.
  • Robert Goulet is a famous American actor and singer.
  • Robert Goulet was a Canadian singer, actor and entertainer, who portrayed Quentin Hapsburg in The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear. He was also one of the Special Guest Stars of Police Squad! in episode 3, in wich he was executed by a frying squad.
  • Robert Gerard Goulet (November 26, 1933 - October 30, 2007) Robert Goulet, a little-known French-Canadian entertainer, is primarily recognized for his alter-ego Wheezy the Penguin in Disney Pixar's Toy Story movies.
  • In this guise Agent 0 sings a warning to Chief Maxwell Smart that his life is in danger (to the tune of "Mack the Knife") but Max would rather hear Goulet's signature "If Ever I Would Leave You" from Camelot. [In this sequence Agent 0 is portrayed by Robert Goulet himself, GS95 Episode #2: "Casino Evil".]
  • Suave, handsome and always up for a guest shot on Love American Style or The Love Boat, Goulet’s voice and innate sense of style that lead this handsome man to the greatest heights imaginable as a lounge singer. When Goulet wasn’t booked in such venues as Snookey’s Coozy Inn and The Top Steakhouse and Cocktail lounge ("whenever you are in Columbus, Ohio, when you thick juicy red meat, think of us!"), he could be found on Broadway in the lead of such musicals as Camelot, Camelot, the Revival, and his magnum opus, On Golden Camelot.
  • By 1966, Goulet was an established star and personality when he guest hosted The Hollywood Palace on the March 19 broadcast. He introduced the Muppets (performing the "Music Hath Charms" sketch) and mentioned Jim Henson's Academy Award-nomination (for the short film Time Piece). He also brought out Henson and the Muppet performers for the closing.
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  • 2007-10-30
Birthplace
  • Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA
Birth Date
  • 1933-11-26
Origin
  • Lawrence, Massachusetts, US
Characters
Deathplace
  • Los Angeles, California, USA
death place
  • Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Claim to Fame
  • Singer / Actor
Appearance
  • "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)"
Spouse
  • Carol Lawrence
  • Carol Lawrence ( )
  • Louise Longmore
  • Vera Novak
Name
  • Robert Goulet
  • Goulet, Robert Gerard
ImageSize
  • 230
DOB
  • 1933-11-26
Caption
  • Robert Goulet pictured in 1988
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Birthdate
  • 1933-11-26
Years Active
  • 1952
Date of Death
  • 2007-10-30
Air Date
  • 2000-11-04
  • 2000-12-16
  • 2001-04-07
  • 2001-12-08
  • 2005-05-14
Birth Place
  • Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S.
Title
Cause of Death
  • pulmonary fibrosis
Titles
  • Voice Actor
death date
  • 2007-10-30
Deathdate
  • --10-30
Place of Birth
  • Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S.
Place of death
  • Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Before
Died
  • 2007-10-30
  • Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Years
  • 1961
  • 1962
  • for Camelot
After
Character
IMDB ID
  • 332587
Occupation(s)
  • Singer and actor
Occupation
Episodes
Website
Films
  • The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear
Born
  • 1933-11-26
  • Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S.
  • Robert Gerard Goulet
Birthname
  • Robert Gerard Goulet
Date of Birth
  • 1933-11-26
Short Description
  • American entertainer, singer
Birth name
  • Robert Gerard Goulet
Birth
  • 1933-11-26
Nationality
  • 20
  • USA
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  • him
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  • TBA
  • Robert Goulet (n. Lawrence, Massachusetts, Estados Unidos 26 de noviembre de 1933 - Los Ángeles, Nevada, Estados Unidos, 31 de octubre de 2007), fue thumb|250px|Robert Goulet Simpsonizado. un thumb|250px|left|Robert Goulet. actor y cantante barítono norteamericano.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Robert Goulet Real Name Unknown Job Titles Voice Actor First publication Unknown
  • Robert Goulet was a voice actor in America.
  • Robert Gerard Goulet (November 26, 1933 – October 30, 2007) was a Canadian/ American entertainer. He rose to international stardom in 1960 as Lancelot in Lerner and Loewe's hit Broadway musical Camelot. His long career as a singer and actor encompassed theatre, radio, television and film.
  • Robert Goulet is the singer of Mikey Blumberg's singing voice. He died at Los Angeles, California in October 30th, 2007. In the age of 73. After the end of the upcoming movie from "Lilo and Stitch" sequels, for the while the beginning of the end credits play, stills from the movie are shown since "Lilo and Stitch" in 2002. Like "Stitch! The Movie", "Lilo and Stitch: The Series" and "Leroy and Stitch". And when that's over the words: "Dedicated to the Memory of Elvis Presley and Robert Goulet" appears.
  • Robert Goulet (November 26, 1933 – October 30, 2007) was an American singer. He appeared as himself in the episode "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)". In a long career, he appeared in numerous film, TV and stage productions.
  • Robert Goulet is a famous American actor and singer.
  • Robert Goulet was a Canadian singer, actor and entertainer, who portrayed Quentin Hapsburg in The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear. He was also one of the Special Guest Stars of Police Squad! in episode 3, in wich he was executed by a frying squad.
  • Robert Gerard Goulet (November 26, 1933 - October 30, 2007) Robert Goulet, a little-known French-Canadian entertainer, is primarily recognized for his alter-ego Wheezy the Penguin in Disney Pixar's Toy Story movies.
  • In this guise Agent 0 sings a warning to Chief Maxwell Smart that his life is in danger (to the tune of "Mack the Knife") but Max would rather hear Goulet's signature "If Ever I Would Leave You" from Camelot. [In this sequence Agent 0 is portrayed by Robert Goulet himself, GS95 Episode #2: "Casino Evil".]
  • Suave, handsome and always up for a guest shot on Love American Style or The Love Boat, Goulet’s voice and innate sense of style that lead this handsome man to the greatest heights imaginable as a lounge singer. When Goulet wasn’t booked in such venues as Snookey’s Coozy Inn and The Top Steakhouse and Cocktail lounge ("whenever you are in Columbus, Ohio, when you thick juicy red meat, think of us!"), he could be found on Broadway in the lead of such musicals as Camelot, Camelot, the Revival, and his magnum opus, On Golden Camelot.
  • By 1966, Goulet was an established star and personality when he guest hosted The Hollywood Palace on the March 19 broadcast. He introduced the Muppets (performing the "Music Hath Charms" sketch) and mentioned Jim Henson's Academy Award-nomination (for the short film Time Piece). He also brought out Henson and the Muppet performers for the closing. In a long career, Goulet won a Grammy as Best New Artist (1962) and a Tony (Best Actor for The Happy Time, 1968). He took a dramatic role starring on the short-lived adventure series Blue Light (1966) as an espionage agent in WWII Germany. He was also a frequent performer in Las Vegas, with many of his later TV appearances referencing the fact. In addition to many specials and appearances on variety series, talk shows, and , Goulet played guest roles on The Patty Duke Show, Mission: Impossible, Cannon, the 1967 version of The Honeymooners, The Love Boat, and Murder, She Wrote. He played himself on The Jack Benny Program, The Simpsons, the 1990s revival of Get Smart, and King of Queens. Film credits included Underground, Gay Purr-ee (voice only), Scrooged (as himself), The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, and Toy Story 2 (singing voice of Wheezy the Penguin).
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