TITLE

THERE'S clearly not enough garlic [...]

AUTHOR(S)
CHARLOTTE GRIFFITHS
PUB. DATE
October 2013
SOURCE
Mail on Sunday;10/13/2013, p20
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
THERE'S clearly not enough garlic involved in a new TV version of Dracula - the three main characters appear to be involved in a love triangle on and off screen. Dashing Oliver Jackson-Cohen, who plays a tenacious journalist in Sky's vampire drama, was spotted in Dublin on Thursday kissing Jessica De Gouw - in the series she plays a medical student for whom Oliver's character falls. However, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who plays Dracula and who is also spellbound by Jessica's character, was spotted hand in hand with her in London on Wednesday. Blood will surely flow ...
ACCESSION #
90662101

 

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