Quincey Morris, 'Dracula'

Morris is a character from Stoker's novel, an American who ultimately helps Jonathan Harker destroy Dracula, though Quincey loses his life in the process. In honor of his sacrifice, Harker and his wife name their son Quincy. Interestingly, most film adaptations of Stoker's novel omit Quincey's character altogether - the famous 1931 version starring <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003063" title="Bela Lugosi" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/bela-lugosi-PECLB003063.topic">Bela Lugosi</a> does not include Quincey. But he does appear in the 1992 version, played by "The Killing" star Billy Campbell (pictured).

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Morris is a character from Stoker's novel, an American who ultimately helps Jonathan Harker destroy Dracula, though Quincey loses his life in the process. In honor of his sacrifice, Harker and his wife name their son Quincy. Interestingly, most film adaptations of Stoker's novel omit Quincey's character altogether - the famous 1931 version starring Bela Lugosi does not include Quincey. But he does appear in the 1992 version, played by "The Killing" star Billy Campbell (pictured).

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