Abraham Stoker (1847-1912) novel Dracula (1897) crystallized most aspects of the traditional vampire legend and became the source for all subsequent popular fiction and films on the subject.
A civil servant 1866-1878, he then became business manager to the theatre producer Henry Irving. Stoker wrote a number of stories and novels of fantasy and horror, such as The Lady of the Shroud in 1909.
Why is Bram Stoker famous?
Bram Stoker was a Irish novelist, actor, theatre manager, and author.