Singer and actor Robert Goulet passed away at a Los Angeles hospital on Oct. 30.
You may remember him for perhaps his biggest role playing Lancelot in the Broadway production of "Camelot" in 1960.
Goulet received a Grammy award in 1962, then a Tony award in 1968 for his role in "Happy Time."
He was famous for being the tall, dark, handsome leading man with steely blue eyes and a rich baritone voice.
Goulet had been recovering from lung cancer and was waiting for a lung transplant at a Los Angeles hospital at the time of his death.
Robert Goulet was 73.
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