Robert Goulet Dies at 73

A man with one of the strongest baritone voices on broadway has died.

Robert Goulet died at a Los Angeles hospital Tuesday while waiting for a lung transplant.

Goulet's broadway debut in the original "Camelot" launched an award-winning stage and recording career.

The singer-actor won a Grammy in 1962 as best recording artist and a Tony award in 1968 for his performance on Broadway.

Goulet recorded more than 60 best-selling albums over his career.

His film credits include "Atlantic city," "Beetlejuice," Scrooged," and "Toy Story II".

Goulet was 73-years-old.