A Composite Sketch Of Count Dracula

The composite sketch above is by Brian Joseph Davis, who utilized police sketch software to give us an idea of what Count Dracula, the fictional character from Bram Stoker's Dracula, should have looked like.

I must admit that this is one of the most unusual, and original, takes on Dracula I've ever seen.

Maybe they should reboot the Dracula movie and set it in the deep south?

Link  --via Geek Tyrant

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Romania and Bulgaria are major melting pots as a result of trade routes and wars, so a variety of features is pretty common, including features that could look redneck. The only part that looks redneck to me is the 'stache.

It looks like a slightly softer Vlad Tepes, which would fit.

BTW, Dracula is being rebooted as a mini-series/series on NBC this fall, starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers (Henry VIII and Elvis Presley).
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The description used in this article is Dracula's Old man form. His younger form is closer to Gary Oldman's. The character willingly causes his form to de-age during the course of the novel. His younger form has dark nearly-black hair with hints of grey in it and the same facial hair as Gary Oldman's version. The old man form looked like this...


(That's Christopher Lee in the film Count Dracula).
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