Young Dracula title card
|Created by||Danny Robins
|Composer(s)||John Rea (series 1)
Nick Lloyd (series 2–3)
Simon Rogers (Series 4)
Michael J McEvoy (series 5)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||5|
|No. of episodes||53 (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Josephine Ward|
|Producer(s)||Mia Jupp (series 1–2)
Lis Steele (series 3–4)
Melanie Halsall (Series 3)
Candida Julian-Jones (series 5)
|Location(s)||Glamorgan (series 1–2)
Liverpool (series 3–5)
|Camera setup||Videotape (filmized) (series 1–2)
RED (series 3–5)
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Production company(s)||BBC Cymru Wales|
|Original channel||CBBC Channel
BBC One HD (series 3)
BBC HD (series 3)
|Picture format||SDTV (576i) (series 1–2)
HDTV (1080i) (series 3–5)
21 September 2006 - 8th February 200831st October 2011 - 31st March 2014
Young Dracula was a British teenage horror drama television series airing on CBBC, loosely based on Young Dracula and Young Monsters, a children's book by Michael Lawrence. The final episode aired on March 31, 2014.
The first two series follow the Dracula family, a family of vampires: Vladimir (Vlad), his father Count Dracula, and paternal older half- sister Ingrid. Having lived in Transylvania, they move to Stokely, a small town in Wales after various incidents involving angry peasant mobs. It was filmed in various locations around Wales, including Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf, Caerphilly Castle, Tretower Court and parts of Llantrisant. Directed by Joss Agnew, the first series was broadcast in 2006, and the second series, which started in late 2007, concluded in early 2008.
The third series, commissioned three years after the second, sees Vlad and the Count flee both vampires and slayers, while the Count is determined that Vlad should fulfil his destiny to become "the Chosen One". This series was filmed in Liverpool during 2011, in various locations including the disused Margaret Bevan School, Croxteth Hall and Stanley Docks. It began airing on 31 October 2011. The fourth series follows on from season three's predicament and was helmed by a new director, and began airing on 29 October 2012. Young Dracula was renewed for a fifth series in 2013, with filming beginning in April, and was broadcast from January 2014.
Young Dracula was nominated for Best Children's Drama in the 2008 BAFTA Awards and has been nominated for several other awards. An additional series, the Young Dracula Files, began broadcasting on October 24, 2012, in which the main characters tell their stories of the past. It was primarily hosted by the character Bertrand Du Fortunesa, played by Cesare Taurasi.
|Vladimir Dracula||Gerran Howell|
|Count Dracula||Keith Lee Castle|
|Ingrid Dracula||Clare Thomas|
|Jonathan Van Helsing||Terry Haywood|
|Mina Van Helsing||Jo-Anne Knowles|
|Miss Alex McCauley||Letty Butler|
|Robin Branagh||Craig Roberts|
|Chloe Branagh||Lucy Borja-Edwards|
|Eric Van Helsing||Terence Maynard|
|Bertrand du Fortunesa||Cesare Taurasi|
|Erin Noble||Sydney Rae White|
|Ryan Noble||Tom Gibbons|
|Adze Ramanga||Nathasha Stokes|
|Malik Vaccaria||Richard Southgate|
|Sally Giles||Laura Howard|
|George Giles||Bella Band|
|Assan Ramanga||Quinton Nyirenda|
- Character was in the series
|Count Dracula||Keith-Lee Castle||Count Dracula is a 600-year-old vampire who has emigrated to Britain from Transylvania with his two children, Vlad and Ingrid, to escape a torch-wielding "angry peasant mob". One of the most powerful vampires, he has nevertheless decided to keep a low profile. Despite his claims to be "The Prince of Darkness", the Count displays occasional compassion; he is deeply in love with Magda Westenra, the estranged mother of Ingrid, and has a soft spot for "breather" women. The Count also adheres to traditional vampiric values, such as favouring his male child Vlad while ignoring Ingrid's obvious vampiric talents; despite repeatedly shunning Ingrid for being female, he eventually confesses his fatherly love for her when near death.|
|Vladimir "Vlad" Dracula||Gerran Howell||Vlad is the Count's "son and heir". Unlike his sister Ingrid, Vlad would much prefer to be a normal boy than a vampire, but still wants to please his father; much of the series focuses on the conflict of these two ideals. He initially finds friends in the Branaghs and often talks to his loyal, talking stuffed wolf, Zoltan (voiced by Andy Bradshaw). Vlad eventually discovers that he is to be the "Chosen One", the leader of all vampires, who will guide the vampire race to a new destiny. After escaping from Stokely when Ingrid takes over, the Count continues to prepare him for his destiny.
Vlad later discovers that he is in fact "half-breather" when the Count reluctantly admits he had a fling with a breather woman who named him Adam; the Count made sure to adopt him to ensure he would fit in to the vampire world. As he approaches his eighteenth birthday, and the time of becoming the Chosen One approaches, Vlad has begun to lose his powers as his human side emerges.
|Ingrid Dracula||Clare Thomas||Ingrid is the eldest child of Count Dracula. Unlike her brother, she embraces the vampiric lifestyle and dresses in feminine, black or red Gothic clothes. Ingrid is an attractive but cruel character, spending most of her time taunting people or arguing with her father, whom she wishes to impress, but to no avail. Initially furious at having to move to Great Britain, she enjoys the popularity at her new school. Her ultimate goal is to become an "all-powerful vampire goddess". When her father became trapped and Vlad was injured, she took the opportunity to seize the Dracula throne in order to avenge the death of her boyfriend, Will; the Count and Vlad were forced to flee soon after.
Despite her past actions, she is not entirely heartless, having shown compassion to the Branaghs as well as to her own family. After rejoining the family at Garside, she has attempted to increase her power with many schemes, often involving the Vampire High Council. She has also since attempted to "dust" her brother several times, and her constantly shifting attitude towards her family often depends on her latest scheme (she has mentioned that "we're Draculas - it's what we do").
|Renfield||Simon Ludders||Renfield (first name Percival) is the Draculas' servant and dogsbody, a dim-witted, unclean "breather" who has been in service to the Draculas for his entire life after the death of his servant father, Renfield Senior. He does all that he can to help the Count, but tends to get things wrong. Despite appearing to be unintelligent, he is seen to be skilled at alchemy and dentistry, with working knowledge of similar areas of science. He also appears to have a penchant for cross-dressing. He wants nothing more than to become a vampire himself, and eventually gets his wish when the Count sees no other way out to one of Ingrid's schemes. Despite this, his personality seemingly remains much the same as before.|
|Magda Carmilla Elizabetha Bathoria Westenra||Donna Grant||Magda is the Count's ex-wife (though by her own admission, she and the Count never actually married) who "ran off with a werewolf" named Patrick, much to the disgust of the Count. She is considerably vain and selfish, often manipulating the Count's feelings towards her, and claiming to love him, when she has ulterior motives. The Count seems to love her precisely because she is so heartless. Later, Magda has a part-werewolf son with Patrick, though once again she manipulates the Count by trying to pretend that he is the father. She leaves to return to Patrick after her ruse is discovered. Magda is the mother of Ingrid and supposedly Vlad, but the Count later reveals Vlad's biological mother is in fact a breather; Madga had agreed to accept Vlad as her child to ease the pressure of producing a male heir.|
|Krone and Atilla Westenra||Howell Evans and Rosamund Shelly||Krone and Atilla are Ingrid's maternal grandparents, described as being "wicked, spiteful and evil". They are incredibly strict about vampire laws, believing that the traditional vampiric ways should be upheld at all times. Neither Krone nor Atilla think much of the Count, and claim he brought further shame upon the family when he moved them to Stokely. They show favouritism towards Ingrid, but in accordance with vampire tradition share the view with the rest of the family that Vlad should be the one to inherit the title, despite his lack of natural aptitude.|
|Ivan Dracula||Phillip Brodie||Ivan is the Count's younger brother who lives in America, but who briefly stays at the Castle with his two children, Boris and Olga. Despite being introduced in a flashback as evil and blood thirsty, Ivan took up a blood-free way of life, drinking "soya blood" and making his living from real estate. After smelling slayer's blood, he returns to his bloodthirsty ways, much to Vlad's dismay, before moving back to America with his children.|
|Boris Dracula||Ciaran Joyce||Boris is Vlad's cousin who, like Vlad, does not wish to be a vampire. A physically weak asthmatic, he develops a friendship with Vlad, and both attempt to find a way out of transformation before Boris' upcoming sixteenth birthday. Unable to find a way out of transformation, Boris becomes a handsome vampire who manipulates Vlad into believing he has transformed into a "good" vampire. However, he soon reveals his true nature as a hysterical, power-hungry maniac. After Ivan moves his family back to America, Boris returns by disguising himself as the vampire community's "judge, jury and executioner", slaying the Grand High Vampire and attempting to wear the Grand High Vampire's crown, but as only one who is worth of wearing the crown may do so, he is instantly turned to dust.|
|Olga Dracula||Maddie Rakic-Platt||Olga is Ivan's daughter and Boris's sister. She acts like a sweet girl in front of her father and uncle, but is fiercely and competitively evil when not in the company of adults. She often engaged in verbal warfare with Ingrid, and as well as always being very confident, tends to win.|
|Will Clarke||Harry Ferrier||Will is Ingrid's boyfriend at Stokely who attends Stokely Grammar and appears to be one of the most popular boys there; he proves himself to be different from the other boys there as he does not fawn over Ingrid. At first, Ingrid views him as an annoyance, but quickly finds herself in love with him, despite initial disgust at the idea of dating a breather. Ingrid later bites him to avoid her vampiric identity being discovered, causing him to become a "half-fang" - a vampire that was not born, but bitten as a mortal. Will seems to enjoy his life as a vampire living in the Dracula castle, providing Ingrid with the attention and love she had needed, but his new reckless attitude costs him his life when slayers attack the castle. His death drives Ingrid's rage, and she seizes the opportunity to claims the Count's throne for her own, intending to avenge Will's death.|
|Graham and Elisabeth Branagh||Aneirin Hughes and Beth Roberts||Graham and Elizabeth are the cheery, typically suburbanite neighbours of the Draculas, and a constant annoyance to the Count. Where Dracula does his best to make Vlad a "normal vampire", they constantly do their best to make Robin a "normal boy", finding his fixation with vampires somewhat unhealthy. Though they eventually discover the true nature of the Dracula family, Vlad erases their memories of vampires, and the family leave the castle to return to normal life.|
|Robin Branagh||Craig Roberts||Robin is Vlad's best friend, and self-confessed "vampire geek", even to the extent of wearing a black cape to school and even owning a sort of contraption that enables him to hang upside down. Robin is the first person outside of the Dracula household to discover that his new friend is in fact a vampire after spotting a hearse from his bedroom and following it up to the castle then climbing inside Vlad's bedroom window. Despite being considered strange, Robin is shown to be a respectable (if morbid) artist and an excellent chess player, as well as a brilliant football player, much to his shock. Robin's love of vampire culture is frequently used as a counter to Vlad's desire to be a normal human, often not caring for the "danger" or "significance" of a given situation but preferring the "coolness" of vampirism. Though a loyal friend to Vlad, he often tries to encourage Vlad's vampiric destiny, at times only begrudgingly helping Vlad in his attempts to avoid becoming a vampire; Robin fears that if Vlad does achieve his wish in becoming normal he will no longer speak to Robin leaving him feeling alone once again. Along with the rest of his family, Vlad makes him forget vampires ever existed, but whether he will forget about being his best friend is unclear.|
|Chloe Branagh||Lucy Borja-Edwards||Chloe is Robin's ten-year-old sister, the voice of reason in the friendship between Vlad, Robin and herself, and is often seen as the rival of Ingrid. She describes herself as a "child prodigy", and has a depth of knowledge ranging from Egyptian hieroglyphs to psychology. A caring person, she attempts to help Renfield stand up for his rights against the Count, with limited success. She later shies away from her friendship with Vlad after the incident at the castle that nearly saw her family attacked by vampires, but does help Vlad and Robin look for an artifact that would cure the curse of vampirism.|
|Ian and Paul Branagh||Ben McGregor and Luke Bridgeman||Ian and Paul are the not overly bright twin sons of Graham and Elizabeth. Both have huge crushes on Ingrid, and alternately rival and assist one another in getting near her. Though originally annoyed by their presence, Ingrid eventually learns to manipulate them to her advantage. They do not seem to have a good brotherly relationship with Robin, whom they frequently refer to as the "freak" or the "weirdo goth child".|
The Van Helsings
|Eric Van Helsing||Terence Maynard||A vampire slayer who originally believed Robin to be a vampire due to his appearance, but turned his attention to Vlad after discovering he lived in a castle and had arrived from Transylvania. His daytime, or "cover", identity is as a woodwork teacher at Stokely Grammar School, which the Branagh and the Dracula children attend. Whilst not a real threat to the much stronger, smarter Count Dracula, he is a constant annoyance to the family, who under no circumstances can afford to have their secret revealed to the world. His obsession annoys his son Jonathan who initially does not believe in vampires and would rather live a normal life.
Despite entering the castle multiple times in many disguises, he has only once come close to slaying Dracula, when he fired a wooden crossbow-bolt at the Count's heart, deflected by a flask of blood in the Count's waistcoat pocket. He finally manages to slay a vampire (Will) when rescuing his ex-wife from the clutches of the Count, but as Vlad erases the memory of the mortals in the castle, he soon after forgets the existence of vampires along with the Branaghs. In Season 3 Episode 10, it is revealed Eric has died at the hands of a vampire because of the increased susceptibility the mind-wipe caused.
|Jonathan 'Jonno' Van Helsing||Terry Haywood||Jonno is the son of Eric and reluctant heir to the traditional vampire-slaying vocation of the Van Helsings. Throughout series one, Jonathan is often exasperated by his father's tendency to see vampires everywhere.A running joke is Jonathan expressing concern that his father will go to prison and trying to persuade his father to use less violent techniques to find evidence of vampirism. Despite plenty of opportunities, Jonathan fails to recognise that Vlad, Ingrid (on whom he has a crush, but by whom he is completely ignored) and the Count are vampires until the final episode of the first series. Mainly because Vlad acts so normal and has dad has never found a real vampire before while with Jonathan.
His father continuously ignores his needs because of his obsession with vampire-slaying. Jonathan occasionally tries to tell his father that his obsession is the reason Jonathan's mother left him for an estate agent. However, after discovering that the Draculas are vampires, he develops a hatred for Vlad and all the members of the Dracula family, and decides to follow in his father's footsteps. Along with the Branaghs, his memory is erased by Vlad at the end of the second series. Jonno's voice is heard when the two slayers contact SHQ in Season 3 Episode 1, and makes his reappearance in Episode 10. He and Mina arrive at Garside Grange to survey the conditions the Draculas are living in, seemingly mind-wpied, so they can exact their revenge upon the clan.
|Mina Van Helsing||Jo-Anne Knowles||Mina is the wife of Eric, who left him and Jonathan before series one began, having become sick of her husband's obsession with vampires. She returns in series two to discovers that Jonathan now shares his father's obsession with vampires and decides to temporarily remain with the pair, in the hope of knocking some sense into them. After the Count is taunted by Ingrid for not biting any "breathers" the Count captures Mina and keeps her in the castle dungeons. She is saved by Eric and Jonathan, and apologises for not believing them, but thanks to Vlad, forgets about vampires and that she was ever a prisoner. She returns in series three with Jonno to jointly avenge Eric's death.|
At Garside School
|Erin Noble||Sydney Rae White||Erin arrives in the Dracula household having saved a sick Ingrid from the threatening slayers, saying that she has been bitten and is a vampire. Vlad and Erin hit it off instantly, but at the end of the first episode of the third series, it is shown that Erin has a reflection, revealing she lied about being a vampire. In the second episode of Series 3, she is revealed as a slayer who wishes to kill Ingrid and the Draculas to save her brother, Ryan. Ingrid bit Ryan and Erin believes Ingrid's death would make him human again. However, despite numerous opportunities, she cannot stake her as she cannot morally distinguish Ingrid as not human. In the episode "Fangs for the Memories", Vlad tells Erin that this is just an old legend which doesn't work, despite people trying. In this episode is also implied that Vlad may have feelings for her as he once had a dream about kissing her. In the episode "Carpathian Feast" it is revealed that Vlad does have feelings for her, and he kisses her. He discovers the secret that she is a breather and decides to keep it. Her actress revealed via Twitter that the character's last name is "Noble". Vlad and Erin's romantic interests towards each other grow throughout the series, but when Vlad turns evil he denies that he likes her, although he cannot bite her, suggesting he still has feelings for her. When Malik returned in season 5, he revealed that Erin was dusted by a shadow warrior sent by Ramanga.|
|Bertrand du Fortunesa||Cesare Taurasi||Bertrand suddenly appears in the school in the second episode of the third series. He is the guardian of the Praedictum Impaver, the ancient, skeletal book that is said to contain the future of the vampire race and which only the "Chosen One" can open. Bertrand's mission is to tutor Vlad to harness his powers to open the book, before he and his family get hurt. Bertrand discovers Vlad's wishes of Vampire-Breather peace, and wants to put an end to them before realizing that Vlad's way is right. In the fourth series, Bertrand has joined Vlad's gang, working for peace. After discovering that a shape-shifter is on the loose to kill Vlad, Bertrand attempts to warn Vlad but he ignores him due to his other problems such as Erin and the coexistence. When Bertrand finds the proof he needs, he is framed as a traitor and Vlad kills him before he can reveal who the shape-shifter is. After discovering the shape-shifter, Vlad strongly regrets his actions. After discovering Bertrand was telling the truth Vlad kills Elizibeta after also discovering she attempted to kill his dad also. Vlad strongly regrets killing Bertrand and would do anything to have him back. Bertrand does have some great powers after attempting to dust nearly everybody in the family once or twice in series 3 but in series 4 he came more loyal. Plus also went through some weird hair styles.|
|Malik||Richard Southgate||Malik is a 300 year old street-wise vampire who appears at Garside Grange, claiming that the Count was his father, showing the Count a locket that belonged to his mother, Elizabetta. Malik was later revealed to be plotting with his mother Elizabetta to destroy the family as revenge; Vlad vanquished Elizabetta and banished Malik, along with Erin. Despite this, Malik later returned, warning the family of "Shadow Warriors" that had come to destroy them. He soon learns that his father is not in fact the Count, and that Elizabetta had lied to him. Malik was used in a ritual to transfer Vlad's powers to Ramanga, causing him to be dusted.|
|Elizabetta||Kaye Wragg||Elizabetta is Malik's mother and also ex-wife to the Count. After the Count decided his true love was Magda, and a messy divorce, she plotted revenge for hundreds of years before appearing at Garside as a shapeshifter, plotting with her son Malik to overthrow the family. Despite her power, Vlad was able to use his rare ability to "Zone" - turn any living being into crystal - locking Elizabetta inside and throwing her into a lake found in the family's Blood Mirror.|
|Miss Alexandra McCauley||Letty Butler||Miss McCauley is the Head Teacher of Garside Grange, which the Draculas own and live in. She is smart, sassy and caring and takes an interest in the welfare of both Vlad and Ingrid. Miss McCauley is oblivious to the fact that they are all vampires, but does think the Count is rather "eccentric and peculiar". The Count is in love with Miss McCauley, who cannot be hypnotised by him (this is comparable to the series 2 episode "Love Bites" in which Ingrid discovers that she cannot hypnotise Will because she is in love with him). His feelings for her are made more obvious is episode 4, "Fangs for the Memories", particularly when Miss McCauley comments on the Count's "good heart" and he replies by remarking upon her heartbeat: "Sixty-five strong, healthy beats per minute...sixty-eight".|
|Wolfie||Lorenzo Rodriguez||Wolfie is the half brother of Ingrid and the stepbrother of Vlad – the child of Magda and her love interest, Patrick the werewolf. Wolfie must be careful around the full moon, when his werewolf genes come to life. Renfield has a strained relationship with Wolfie, who places the relationship between Renfield and the Count under pressure.|
|Ryan Noble||Tom Gibbons||Ryan is Erin's brother. Ingrid bites Ryan, turning him into a "half-fang"; unfortunately for her, his slayer blood causes her to become violently ill. Erin believes Ryan can be saved from his vampiric fate by wiping out the vampire who bit him. Ryan is introduced in the second episode of Series Three: having been hiding in Erin's boot until this point, he leaves Erin's company before his full transformation begins so she can find a solution to his fate without having to fear him losing control and biting her. He reappears in the ninth episode to check on Erin's progress, and again in the tenth, where it is revealed he gave the Van Helsings information on the location of the Draculas just before he was slain.|
|Adze Ramanga||Natasha Stokes||Adze arrives when summoned by Count Dracula and Ramanga she was made to be Vlads wife and to be his first ever bite but little did the Dracula`s know that Adze and her father were plotting against the Dracula clan. Adze and her father attempted to frame Ryan and kill Erin more than once. In the end they got hold of the ring of Arianrod which in in kill Vlad. Adze blew a fire ball causing Erin to fall off the roof of Gardside Grange. Adze was eventually dusted by Mina Van Helsing.|
|Series premiere||Series finale|
|1||14||21 September 2006||21 December 2006|
|2||13||2 November 2007||8 February 2008|
|3||13||31 October 2011||12 December 2011|
|4||13||29 October 2012||18 December 2012|
|5||13||13 January 2014||31 March 2014|
|Series||Episode No.||Airdate||Total Viewers||CBBC Weekly Ranking|
|1||21 September 2005||N/A||N/A|
|2||28 September 2006||N/A||N/A|
|3||5 October 2006||N/A||N/A|
|4||12 October 2006||N/A||N/A|
|5||19 October 2006||N/A||N/A|
|6||26 October 2006||N/A||N/A|
|7||2 November 2006||N/A||N/A|
|8||9 November 2006||N/A||N/A|
|9||16 November 2006||N/A||N/A|
|10||23 November 2006||N/A||N/A|
|11||30 November 2006||N/A||N/A|
|12||7 December 2006||N/A||N/A|
|13||14 December 2006||195,000||2|
|14||21 December 2006||194,000||6|
|1||2 November 2007||313,000||2|
|2||9 November 2007||210,000||N/A|
|3||16 November 2007||269,000||6|
|4||23 November 2007||312,000||5|
|5||30 November 2007||270,000||6|
|6||7 December 2007||274,000||3|
|7||14 December 2007||335,000||2|
|8||21 December 2007||242,000||9|
|9||11 January 2008||307,000||4|
|10||18 January 2008||270,000||4|
|11||25 January 2008||201,000||N/A|
|12||1 February 2008||137,000||N/A|
|13||8 February 2008||291,000||8|
|1||31 October 2011||454,000||2|
|2||1 November 2011||539,000||1|
|3||7 November 2011||524,000||1|
|4||8 November 2011||437,000||3|
|5||14 November 2011||562,000||1|
|6||15 November 2011||508,000||2|
|7||21 November 2011||557,000||2|
|8||22 November 2011||573,000||1|
|9||28 November 2011||587,000||1|
|10||29 November 2011||520,000||4|
|11||5 December 2011||497,000||1|
|12||6 December 2011||389,000||5|
|13||12 December 2011||457,000||4|
|1||29 October 2012||407,000||8|
|2||5 November 2012||306,000||10|
|3||12 November 2012||332,000||9|
|4||19 November 2012||334,000||N/A|
|5||26 November 2012||272,000||N/A|
|6||27 November 2012||253,000||N/A|
|7||3 December 2012||326,000||N/A|
|8||4 December 2012||341,000||N/A|
|9||10 December 2012||269,000||N/A|
|10||11 December 2012||312,000||N/A|
|11||17 December 2012||326,000||6|
|12||18 December 2012||314,000||8|
|13||18 December 2012||328,000||5|
- In 2007 Young Dracula won the Royal Television Society Award for Best Children's Drama, and the Welsh BAFTA for Best Children's Drama.
- In 2008 Young Dracula was nominated for the BAFTA Children's Drama Award.
- In 2012 "Young Dracula" was nominated for three awards at the Royal Television Society North West awards including Best Programme and for a Kids Vote BAFTA
A DVD of the first series of Young Dracula was released on 15 October 2012. A DVD of the second and third series of Young Dracula was released in 2013.
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