Dracula is a fictional character created by Bram Stoker in his 1897 novel of the same name, and has since become a pop culture icon.
The character is a vampire from Transylvania who seeks to move to England in order to spread his curse of the undead.
In many adaptations, Dracula is portrayed as a suave and charismatic figure with a hypnotic power over his victims, while in others he is depicted as a more monstrous and terrifying figure.
Actors such as Lugosi, Christopher Lee, and Gary Oldman have all portrayed the character in their own unique ways.
Despite the many adaptations, the character remains a timeless figure of horror and fascination.