This post is dedicated to the actors who have played Dracula more than once in film, TV, audio drama, or stage.
1. Bela Lugosi. The first Dracula (Disincluding Max Shrek who technically played Count Orlock) and the first Dracula to have an actual Transylvania accent. “But he wasn’t from Transylvania! He was from Hungary!” Technically both are correct. He was born in Lugos Hungary which was in Transylvania (which belonged to Hungary at the time) but years later would revert to Romania. Bela played Dracula on stage and in the 1931 film as well as Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein.
2. John Carradine - House of Dracula, House of Frankenstein, Nocturna, Dr. Dracula, McCloud, Blood of Dracula’s castle, Billy the Kid vs. Dracula, Matinee Theatre: Dracula…
3, Christopher Lee - Horror of Dracula (1958 Dracula), Dracula: Prince of Darkness (Note: when watching these watch Brides of Dracula before this one), Dracula has Risen from the Grave, Taste the blood of Dracula, Scars of Dracula, Dracula 1972 AD, Satanic Rites of Dracula, Dracula and Son, Count Dracula (1970 version, not to be confused with the 1977 mini-series of the same name), The Magic Christian, and In Search of Dracula.
4. Frank Langella - He played Dracula on Broadway in 1978 and was in the film in 1979.
5. Rudolf Martin - Dracula in Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Dark Prince: The True Story of DRacula.
6. Robin Bloodworth (Yeah, that name might raise a few eyebrows) read all the audio books for Fred Saberhagen’s Dracua book series.
7. Robert Carlyle - Voiced Dracula for both Lords of Shadow Castlevania video games.
8. Crispin Freeman - Alucard / Dracula in the Hellsing anime and Hellsing OVA.
Bonus mention for Ingrid Pit as Carmilla / Mircalla in The Vampire Lovers and then “Carla” (obviously Carmilla) in The House that dripped blood.
Adolf Hitler as a witness in a murder trial. One of his stormtroopers was accused of killing a political enemy.
At Hitler’s left is Dr. Libbert, mayor of Berlin at the time (1931) At Hitler’s right is Dr. Hans Frank, later Governer of Nazi-occupied Poland. Rudolf Hess is in the background. This photo was made secretly…