Cinema/TV, Dracula

Your Daily Dracula – comedians with fangs


Your Daily Dracula – Comedy turns – sketches, skits, cameos, etc.

Wilmer Ramírez, A Que Te Ríes – Las vampiras del Tío Willfrom a Venezuelan y en Halloween (2012).

Xander Armstrong and Ben Miller, The Armstrong and Miller Show (2010)

Beadle’s About (1992)

Benny Hill, The Benny Hill Show (1979)

Joe E. Ross, ‘Bilko’s Vampire’ Sergeant Bilko (1958).

Harvey Korman, The Carol Burnett Show (1968)

Peter Butterworth, Carry On Christmas (1970) Chris Fairbanks as Count Laffula, Conan (2020)

Vincent Price, The Dean Martin Show (1973)

Peter Elbling as ‘Dragula’, Disco Beaver from Outer Space (1979).  The segment was based on a comic.

Ever wondered who was the first Van Helsing to play the role with a Dutch accent? Lynne Redgrave beat Laurence Olivier by some months in 1979. Jeff Witzke, Dracula for President (2016).

The Boulet Brothers, Dragula (2016-)

Morgan Freeman, The Electric Company

The Creepy Creature

Bobby Lauher, The Ernie Kovacs Show (1961).

Paul Whitehouse, The Fast Show

Jason Segel, Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)

Freddie Starr, The Freddie Starr Showcase (1983)

Ronnie Barker, Frost on Sunday (1970)

Drew Massey as Count Blah, Greg the Bunny (2002-4).

Gareth Hale, The Hale and Pace Show (1988)

The Hilarious House of Frightenstein (1971) Billy Van as ‘the Count’

Bela Lugosi, Hollywood on Parade (1933)

Jon Pertwee as Paul Henderson, The House That Dripped Blood (1970)

Gilbert Gottfried as ‘Dracula Gottfried’, The Howard Stern Show (1994)

Charlie Callas, Hysterical (1983)

Jim Carrey, In Living Color (1992)

Russell Smith as Count Homogenized, It is I, Count Homogenized (1982)

This milk-drinking vampire first appeared on a New Zealand comedy show called A-Haunting We Will Go, then spun off into his own series.  Here’s an episode.

Mark McKinney, The Kids in the Hall (1990)