Eli (“Ellie”) from the novel Let the Right One In, by Swedish writer John Ajvide Lindqvist. Disturbing origin and situations, tender yet brutal story.
Max Schreck (played by Willem Dafoe) in the film Shadow of the Vampire. He is the method actor hired to play the vampire in the 1922 silent film Nosferatu, and the film is about its filming. (John Malkovich played its director, F.W. Murnau.) Thoroughly enjoyed this film.
Louis de Pointe du Lac from the novel Interview With The Vampire, by Anne Rice. This book started the whole “relatable vampires”(?) trend, and did it quite well.
But on a lighter note: Yes! to Count Floyd (SCTV). And Nandor (What We Do In The Shadows TV series). And, why not, George Hamilton’s Count in Love at First Bite.