|Earliest Member:||Graham Branagh|
|Enemies:||No known enemies|
|First Appearance:||When You're a Stranger|
|Last Appearance:||The Chosen One|
The Branagh Family were a family of breathers who resided in Stokely and were neighbours to the Count, Vlad and Ingrid. They often came into contact, and were a prominent part of the Dracula's stay in Stokely.
Robin Branagh was the first to come into contact with the Draculas, climbing in through Vlad's window soon after he realised someone had moved into the castle. The two became fast friends, and Robin quickly became a part of the Draculas lives, much to the distaste of the Count and Ingrid.
Elizabeth Branagh, the matriarch of the family, acted as a mother figure for both Vlad and Ingrid during their time in Stokely. She considered herself a friend of the Count, displaying her kind nature and hospitality whenever they were together.
The Branaghs themselves were the epitome of a normal, bubbly breather family, dressing in bright colours and always smiling. The Count, Ingrid and even Renfield felt distaste towards them because of this, with Vlad naturally gravitating towards them instead.
The patriarch, Graham, worked as a plumber. Despite being kind like his wife, he wasn't as welcoming to the Draculas, possibly with Vlad as an exception. He distrusted the Count, and often had something to say about him.
The Branagh's fate after the fall of Stokely is unknown. It is possible that they came into contact with Ingrid after she took over, although her previous relationship with them may have meant they were spared.
Following is the to date accounted for members of the Branagh family.
|Graham Branagh||Elizabeth Branagh|
|Ian Branagh||Paul Branagh||Robin Branagh||Chloe Branagh|
See: Branagh Family
Family Members Edit
- The youngest son of Graham and Elizabeth Branagh; the youngest brother of Ian and Paul Branagh and the elder brother of Chloe Branagh
- The youngest daughter of Graham and Elizabeth Branagh; the youngest sister of Ian, Paul and Robin Branagh
- The Branagh's have gone by two inconsistent spelling variations during the series: during an earlier episode, the Count addresses a letter to the family as Branaugh, although the assumed true spelling is Branagh, as in the script.