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Bram Stoker, who was born in Ireland in 1847, studied mathematics at Trinity College in Dublin before beginning his long career as Sir Henry Irving’s assistant. In addition, he started to carve himself a second career as a writer, releasing The Primrose Path in 1875. Stoker’s most well-known book, Dracula, was published in 1897; nevertheless, he passed away before the fictitious vampire would become very well-known through a number of film and literary adaptations in the 20th century. Early life Abraham Stoker was born on November 8, 1847, in Dublin, Ireland, to Charlotte Matilda Blake Thornley and Abraham Stoker. He…

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On November 8, 1847, Abraham (Bram) Stoker was born in Clontarf, Ireland, which at the time was a well-liked vacation destination outside of Dublin. He was the third of the seven kids born to Abraham Stoker, Sr. and Charlotte Thornley Stoker. Sibling Matilda was one year older than him, brother Thomas was two years younger, brother Richard Nugent was four years younger, sister Margaret was six years younger, and brother George was seven years younger. His brother William Thornley was two years older than him. Bram was so ill as a youngster that he spent the majority of his first…

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Bram Stoker, who was born in Ireland in 1847, studied mathematics at Trinity College in Dublin before beginning his long career as Sir Henry Irving’s assistant. In addition, he started to carve himself a second career as a writer, releasing The Primrose Path in 1875. Stoker’s most well-known book, Dracula, was published in 1897; nevertheless, he passed away before the fictitious vampire would become very well-known through a number of film and literary adaptations in the 20th century. Stoker passed away at No. 26 St. George’s Square, London, on April 20, 1912, following several strokes. Some biographers cite overwork as…

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Abraham Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish author who is celebrated for his 1897 gothic horror novel Dracula. Stoker passed away on April 20, 1912, at No. 26 St. George’s Square in London following several strokes. Overwork is cited as the reason of death by some biographers, while tertiary syphilis is cited by others.His death was attributed to “Locomotor ataxia 6 months,” which is likely syphilis, according to the cause of death listed on his death certificate. In north London’s Golders Green Crematorium, his cremated remains were placed in a memorial urn for public viewing. After the author’s…

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On November 8, 1847, Stoker was born in Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland, at 15 Marino Crescent. [2] Bram Stoker Park is the current name for the park that is next to the home. [3] His parents were Charlotte Mathilda Blake Thornley (1818–1901), a native of County Sligo, and Abraham Stoker (1799–1876), a native of Dublin. [4] Sir Thornley Stoker, 1st Bt. was the oldest of Stoker’s seven siblings, and he was the third child overall. [5] Abraham and Charlotte were members of the Clontarf Church of Ireland Parish and regularly attended services there with their baptized children. Abraham was a senior…

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Abraham Stoker, well known by his pen name Bram Stoker, was an Irish author best remembered for penning the Gothic horror novel Dracula. Bram Stoker, who was born in Ireland in 1847, studied mathematics at Trinity College in Dublin before beginning his long career as Sir Henry Irving’s assistant. In addition, he started to carve himself a second career as a writer, releasing The Primrose Path in 1875. Stoker’s most well-known book, Dracula, was published in 1897; nevertheless, he passed away before the fictitious vampire would become very well-known through a number of film and literary adaptations in the 20th…

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Bram Stoker, real name Abraham Stoker, was an Irish writer best known for creating the Gothic horror classic Dracula. He was born on November 8, 1847, in Clontarf, County Dublin, Ireland, and passed away on April 20, 1912, in London, England. Late in life, Stoker began writing fiction, and in 1890 he released The Snake’s Pass, a romantic suspense book with a desolate western Ireland setting. In 1897, his masterwork Dracula was published. The main characters of the book—Jonathan Harker, who first encountered the vampire Count Dracula; Wilhelmina (“Mina”) Harker (née Murray), Jonathan’s future wife; Dr. John (“Jack”) Seward, a…

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Many of the details of Bram Stoker’s life remain unknown and are subject to conjecture. One of Stoker’s biographers, Daniel Farson, stated: “Stoker has long remained one of the least known authors of one of the best-known works ever written.” This is because most biographers have been forced to rely on public sources to learn about the author’s interests and life. Florence Balcombe, who had the option of marrying either Bram Stoker or Oscar Wilde, chose to wed Stoker in 1878. Stoker was thirty-one at the time, while Wilde was only twenty-four. Nevertheless, Stoker and Wilde remained friends, and Stoker…

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Irish writer Bram Stoker (1847–1912) published fiction, nonfiction, and short tales. Dracula, his most well-known book, was released on May 26, 1897. It contributed to the development of an enduring literary subgenre centered on the vampire, a mythical figure from Eastern European folklore. The Titanic was not sailed by Bram Stoker. Five days after the Titanic sank on April 15, 1912, as a result of a collision with an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland, he passed away on April 20, 1912. The sinking claimed the lives of about 1,500 people, while 705 people were saved.…

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Abraham Stoker, an Irish author who lived from 8 November 1847 to 20 April 1912, is best known for the 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula. He gained more fame during his lifetime serving as Sir Henry Irving’s personal assistant and the Lyceum Theatre’s commercial manager. Stoker passed away at No. 26 St. George’s Square, London, on April 20, 1912, following several strokes. [26] Some biographers cite overwork as the reason of death, while others cite tertiary syphilis. [28] His death certificate listed “Locomotor ataxia 6 months” as the cause of death, which is likely a reference to syphilis. [29] [30]…

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The newest couple on Bravo TV’s hit reality series Married to Medicine is the Real estate attorney, Audra Frimpong Curry and her husband, Dr. Martin Curry. Audra has joined the show in its ninth season as a friend of the main cast members. Brief biography Dr Curry was born on September 24, 1989, he shares a birthday with his father-in-law. Dr. Curry attended Howard University where he first met his wife and also graduated from the Columbia University Dental school in New York. He currently works as a dentist and owns his own dental practice known as ‘Dr. Martin Curry…

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Due to her divorce from Dr. Gregory Lunceford, nobody is certain if Quad will continue to appear in Married to Medicine.The OG star of the popular Bravo series, however, defied the odds and returned to her full-time position for season 9 after briefly slipping into “friend of” status in season 8. As she tells ET through video chat from her home in the Atlanta region, Quad says it feels amazing to be back in the intro in her rightful place. “I think last season contributed significantly to the value that I provide to the show, and I think my absence…

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Quad Webb Lunceford is one of the cast members on the Bravo hit series Married to Medicine. She is a medical sales representative and has been involved in the medical industry for over ten years. Fans would like to know where she attended college and what she studied while in college. Quad completed her higher education at Tennessee State University. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry before cutting into the medical industry. Background. Quad Webb was born in Memphis, Tennessee on 13th May 1980. The 42 year old grew up in the southwest…

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Married to Medicine, a Bravo series that is currently in its ninth season, is popular with viewers since it chronicles the lives of Atlanta women who either work in the medical industry or are married to medical professionals. After Season 7, Quad reportedly received a demotion from her role as a prominent cast member on Married to Medicine in 2020. There were speculations that the producers wanted to fire Quad and Mariah Huq at the same moment, according to Urban Belle magazine. Dr. Heavenly Kimes and Quad got into a furious discussion on social media in August 2020 about whether Quad had a contract for the upcoming season of the show or not, with Quad adamant that “a contract has been on the table for me,” according to Jojo Crews. However, Heavenly had before stated in an…

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When Quad Webb first stepped into Hollywood’s limelight with Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine, she was married to medical Psychiatrist, Dr. Gregory Lunceford. She also did not have any children and had said that she did not plan on having any yet due to personal reasons. But a lot has changed with the reality TV star since we first got to know her in 2013. Her love life Quad Webb and Dr. Gregory Lunceford’s marriage had, rather sadly, ended in a divorce in 2019 based on infidelity allegations against Dr Gregory. After six years together, the Lunceford couple decided to…

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Quad Webb officially rejoined the world of single ladies about three years ago when her marriage of six years to Dr. Gregory Lunceford sadly ended in a divorce. The reality TV star filed for the divorce in 2018 and in 2019, it was finally legalized. Is Quad dating in 2022? Following the demise of her marriage, Quad has been very secretive about what is going on in her love life. She has not come out to share with the media who she has decided to give another shot to her heart, neither has she been spotted in public with anyone.…

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Quad Webb, popularly known by her self-acclaimed nickname Miss Quad, is a famous reality TV star, author, producer, entrepreneur, proud dog mom and until a few years ago, wife to Dr. Gregory Lunceford. She was among the first cast members of Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine when the show premiered in 2013. Did Quad get a divorce? Season one of Married to Medicine began with Quad and her Psychiatrist husband, Dr. Lunceford as newly weds who were trying to navigate their path on the rocky road of marriage. But six years in, the couple still had not found their rhythm.…

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Quad Webb is a successful entrepreneur and TV personality best known for starring in Bravo TV’s reality TV series, Married to Medicine. Quad is 42 years old at the time of writing and recently divorced. She joined the show from its debut in 2013 and has been on it since. Background information Quad Webb was born on May 13, 1980 in Memphis, Tennessee where she was also raised. Her maiden name is Quadrafinka Webb. She acquired a Bachelor’s degree in Biology in the University of Tennessee with a minor in Chemistry and pursued a career as a medical sales representative…

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Married to Medicine is a popular reality TV show that show centers on both the careers and family lives of six working women in Atlanta, Georgia who are either doctors themselves or married to one. It first debuted in 2013 and is currently running its ninth season. Did someone get robbed on Married to Medicine? Anila Sajja, a cast member of the series, revealed that her home was robbed while she and her entire family were not around. The robbery happened on December 21, 2021, a video showing her immediate reaction when the family returned is still available on the…

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Quad Webb Lunceford is an American medical sales representative and a reality television star who has a net worth estimate of $1.5 million. Quad Webb Lunceford is a cast member of the Bravo reality TV shows Married to Medicine. The show casts six women who are involved in the medical industry. Quad Webb Lunceford is a medical sales representative and was married to Gregory Lunceford who is a psychiatrist. They finalized their divorce in 2019. Quad is also an animal rights campaigner for an organization named Canine Assistants Foundation and loves animals. With her two dogs and her passion for…

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Quad Webb Lunceford is an American medical sales representative and reality television star who has a net worth estimate of $1.5 million. Quad Webb Lunceford is a the cast member of the Bravo reality TV show Married to Medicine. The show casts six women involved in the medical industry. Quad is a medical sales representative and was married to Gregory Lunceford who is a psychiatrist and filed for a divorce in 2019. Quad is also an animal rights campaigner for an organization named Canine Assistants Foundation and she loves animals. With her two dogs and her passion for fashion, Quad…

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Quad Webb Lunceford is one of the cast members on the Bravo hit series Married to Medicine. A lot of fans of the show would like to know what her real name is and if it is the same in the show. Biography. Many of her fans know her as Quad Webb Lunceford, her real name is Quadrafinka Webb. Quad was born in Memphis, Tennessee on the 13th of May 1980. As of 2022, Quad is 42 years old. Details about her height and weight are not disclosed though she looks great for a 42 year old and is in…

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Anila Sajja is one of the cast members of Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine. The 43-year-old reality TV star and businesswoman is a mother of two and wife to Oculofacial surgeon, Dr. Kiran Sajja. Anila is said to be worth at least $1 million as at the time of writing. Her sources of income Anila Sajja is a successful fashion blogger, social media influencer, reality TV star and entrepreneur. A good part of her monthly income comes from her commercial and endorsement deals with numerous fashion brands and other big companies, these deals range from TV commercials to billboard advertisements…

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Anila Sajja is a successful fashion blogger, social media influencer, and just recently added to her portfolio, an entrepreneur in the beauty and fashion industry. She is 43 years old as of 2022 and a mother of two. She is also married to Dr Kiran Sajja who is an Oculofacial surgeon. Background information Anila Sajja was born on April 9, 1979 in Savannah, Georgia in the United States of America. Her father, Mahesh Bihari Mathur and mother, Manjula Mathur were both Indian immigrants who settled in Savannah, USA years ago. She was named Anila Mathur at birth and took the…

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Anila Sajja is one of the stars on Bravo TV’s reality series Married to Medicine, a reality show exploring the lives of women in Atlanta who are either doctors themselves or married to one, Anila forms a part of the latter group. She joined Married to Medicine in 2021, on the show’s eighth season. Anila Sajja’s profession Anila Sajja is a very successful and passionate entrepreneur, fashion blogger and social media influencer. She delved right into the world of Beauty and Fashion immediately after she graduated from Mercer University and has collaborated with numerous beauty and fashion brands. She recently…

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Many know Toya Bush Harris as the Married to Medicine reality TV star and wife of Emergency Response doctor, Dr Eugene Harris. But aside her place on the series that accounts for her fame, Toya Harris also has other sources that account for her luxe life and heavy bank account. Her net worth Toya Harris Bush is said to have an estimated net worth of $4 million. The 43 year old reality TV star is also an educator by profession and also a self-established entrepreneur. Toya is the owner of TBH Entertainment and also a Boutique Wine Club under the…

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Toya Bush Harris is a black American educator, entrepreneur and a popular star on Married to Medicine since 2013. The reality TV series which airs on Bravo TV just began their 9th season with an old-fashioned reunion. Toya Harris background Toya Bush Harris was born on April 15, 1976 and is 43 years old as of 2022. Toya was born in Detroit, Michigan, USA and was brought up there as well. The media does not know much about her early life yet but it is known that she went to the Tennessee State University and later the Phoenix university for…

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Toya Bush is popular for starring on the famous reality TV series Married to Medicine. But when the cameras are off the Bush-Harris household, Toya is a professional educator and entrepreneur. She owns TBH Entertainment and also a Boutique Wine Club under the Kendall Jackson brand. And yes, Toya is returning for the all-new season of Bravo’s proud reality show, Married to Medicine. Toya Harris on Married to Medicine Toya has been on Married to Medicine since its debut in 2013 along with her husband and two children. She is one of the original cast members the show premiered with.…

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Black entrepreneur and professional educator, Toya Harris Bush is well known for starring in Bravo TV’s popular twist on The Real Housewives, Married to Medicine. The show explores the career, family and friendships challenges faced by middle aged women in Atlanta who are either doctors or married to doctors. The reality Tv show star is 43 years old. She was born in Detroit, Michigan in the United States of America. She was born on April 15, 1976. She grew up in Detroit with her family of whom much is not yet known until she took off to Tennessee for her…

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Toya Bush Harris is an established African-American Educator and Entrepreneur. She became popular after casting on the popular reality series Married to Medicine. The 43-year-old businesswoman and mother of two also holds two degrees. Toya Harris’ education Toya Bush attended the Tennessee State University in the USA and earned her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from there. Afterwards, she decided education was where her heart was and so went to the University of Phoenix where she obtained her second degree in Education. After her tertiary education, Toya dived right into the work force and finally found her place working as…

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