Famous vampire created by Stoker as the eponymous hero (?) of his 1897 novel.
Fiction From 1897
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Bram Stoker, 1847 - 1912, author of ‘Dracula’, lived here. Greater London Cou...
Edgar Allan Poe's maternal grandparents performed as actors at this theatre, ...
British Film Institute
In 1996 the BFI erected 126 plaques across Britain to commemorate the centenary of cinema. See the pdf.
Dame Thora Hird DBE
Actor. Born Lancashire. Played many comic roles. Late in her life Alan Bennett wrote a number of roles for her.
Television and film production company and facilities provider. White Lodge on Ealing Green was first used for making films in 1902. Basil Dean acquired it in 1929 and, under the name Associated...
Esme Percy, once famous as a producer and star of stage and 50 films, but forgotten since his death in 1957. Born London of French ancestry, as Saville Esmé Percy. A good looking stage star and th...