Bram Stoker vs Sorrell Booke

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Creator of Dracula
Net worth 2018
Writers
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland
Residence
Buffalo, New York, United States
Irish
Country
United States
08/11/1847
BirthDay
04/01/1930
April 20, 1912
Died On
February 11, 1994
Height
1.68 m
Trinity College, Dublin
Education
Yale University, Columbia University
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1922

The first film adaptation of ‘Dracula’ was released as ‘Nosferatu’ in 1922, ten years after his death

1914

The collection of his short stories was posthumously published in 1914 by Stoker’s widow, Florence

1912

Bram Stoker died on April 20, 1912 due to multiple strokes at St

1906

After Irving’s death in 1906, Stoker published his ‘Life of Irving” which proved to be successful, and continued to manage the productions at the Prince of Wales Theatre

1897

Stoker published his horror fiction ‘Dracula’ in 1897

1879

In 1879 he published his first literary work, ‘The Duties of Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland’

1878

Stoker successfully impressed her and married her in 1878

1876

In 1876, his favourable review of Henry Irving's play, ‘Hamlet’ at the Theatre Royal in Dublin, earned him a lifelong friendship

1980

During the 1980s and 1990s, the American actor did several voice projects including 'The Smurfs', 'The Dukes', 'The Pound Puppies', 'Fantastic Max', 'Don Coyote & Sancho Panda', 'Gravedale High', 'Capitol Critters' and 'Bonkers'

1979

He played his breakthrough role of Boss Hogg on the series ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ from 1979 to 1895

1970

Booke got featured in 1970s’ shows such as 'M*A*S*H', 'Gunshot', 'Alias Smith and Jones', ‘All in the Family’, 'Cannon', 'The Streets of San Francisco', 'The Bob Newhart Show', 'Soap', 'Good Times', 'The Rockford Files', 'The Love Boat', The New Dick Van Dyke Show', 'Columbo: Swan Song', 'Rich Man, Poor Man Book II' and 'Bigfoot and Wildboy'