Originally posted by the above linkOct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Goulet, the singer whose rich baritone voice and classic tall, dark and handsome appearance made him a star on Broadway and television, has died. He was 73.
Goulet suffered from a rare form of pulmonary fibrosis, a progressive and fatal condition. He was being treated at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and was awaiting a lung transplant when he died today, the Associated Press reported, citing spokesman Norm Johnson.
I discovered him not so much for his singing, but his comedic potential in Naked Gun 2½, Beetlejuice, his portayal in The Simpsons and Will Ferrell's classic imitation. Damn.
You know, it was just funny to read the New York Times last week and see hip hop and punk albums on people's top ten lists. I mean, it's bad enough that it uses COLOR pictures! But, catering to the LCD. :