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Bram Stoker
Born Abraham Stocker
November 7, 1847
Dublin, Ireland
Died April 20, 1912
London, England
Positions Writer

Abraham Stoker (born November 8, 1847; died April 20, 1912), known as Bram Stoker, is a writer who made Dracula. He is credited for creating characters for Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned.


During his own lifetime, he was remembered as the personal assistant of the actor Henry Irving. He was the business manager of the theater that Irving owned.

He wrote Dracula based on stories from the Carpathian mountains. He was inspired by the works of Mary Shelley.

Other notable works include The Primrose Path, The Snake's Path, Miss Betty, The Mystery of the Sea, and The Lady of the Shroud.

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