Robert Goulet

Robert Goulet

Highest Rated: 100% Atlantic City (1980)

Lowest Rated: 7% Mr. Wrong (1996)

Birthday: Nov 26, 1933

Birthplace: Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA

Robert Goulet was raised in Edmonton, Alberta and trained at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. After several years' worth of straw-hat musical appearances on both sides of the border--as well as a stint as a Canadian kiddie-show host named "Timber Tom"--Goulet made his triumphant Broadway debut in 1959 as Lancelot in Lerner and Loewe'sCamelot. His signature tune in that show was "If Ever I Would Leave You," which proved an even bigger hit as a record single. On the strength of this song and others like "What Kind of Fool Am I," Goulet earned a Grammy award in 1962. Two years later, his album My Love Forgive Me went gold, and in 1965, he won a Tony for his performance in the Broadway musical The Happy Time. Goulet's bid for film stardom in 1964 yielded the disappointing Honeymoon Hotel; he fared better on television, starring in the 1966 espionage series Blue Light and headlining TV adaptations of Brigadoon, Carousel and Kiss Me Kate. He returned to films in the early 1980s, essaying campy character roles in Beetlejuice (1988) and Naked Gun 2 1/2 (1990); most often, as in Atlantic City (1980) and Scrooged (1988), he has guest-starred as "himself." Having recently survived a life-threatening bout with colon cancer, Goulet recovered sufficiently to perform in a multi-city tour of Camelot, this time in the leading role of King Arthur. Married three times, Robert Goulet's second wife was actress/singer Carol Lawrence. He died of pulmonary fibrosis in 2007.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Bitelchus Maxie Dean 2018
No Score Yet Comedy Central's TV Funhouse Actor 2007
No Score Yet Broadway's Lost Treasures III: The Best of the Tony Awards The Happy Time 2005
83% Broadway: The Golden Age Actor 2004
33% The Last Producer Henry Moore 2002
No Score Yet G-Men From Hell Devil 2001
60% Recess: School's Out Mikey Blumberg (singing) $34.9M 2001
No Score Yet Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street Michael 'Mikey' Blumberg 2001
No Score Yet The Final Hit Henry Moore 2000
No Score Yet My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs Actor 2000
No Score Yet The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story Actor 1996
7% Mr. Wrong Dick Braxton 1996
No Score Yet Based on an Untrue Story Remo 1993
57% The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear Quentin Hapsburg 1991
70% Scrooged Himself 1988
84% Beetlejuice Maxie Dean 1988
100% Atlantic City Singer 1980
No Score Yet I Deal in Danger David March 1967
No Score Yet The Daydreamer The Singer 1966
No Score Yet Honeymoon Hotel Ross Kingsley 1964
No Score Yet I'd Rather Be Rich Paul Benton 1964
80% Gay Purr-ee Jaune Tom 1962


No Score Yet The King of Queens
Himself 2006
No Score Yet Las Vegas
Himself 2005
No Score Yet Great Performances
Performer 2001
67% Nikki
Himself 2001
No Score Yet Two Guys and a Girl
Himself 2000
No Score Yet Boy Meets World
Himself 1995
No Score Yet Get Smart
Guest 1995
85% The Simpsons
Voice 1993
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Willard Kauffman 1985
No Score Yet The Flip Wilson Show
Guest 1973
No Score Yet Mission: Impossible
Joe Epic 1972
100% Police Squad!


Quentin Hapsburg says: I don't recall seeing you on the guest list.

Lt. Frank Drebin says: That's because sometimes I go by my maiden name.