New Year’s Day might be generally be a period for setting goals for the year to come and addressing why precisely you picked your old school companion to be your 12 PM kiss, but on the other hand it’s an incredible chance to get sucked into another arrangement. On the off chance that you’re out of Christmas TV and like being marginally frightened, at that point the BBC and Netflix have you secured. This new years they’re bringing three full length scenes of Dracula to the screen. The arrangement includes a great cast including John Heffernan, who plays Jonathan Harker in Dracula. No more peculiar to a period adjustment, Heffernan has developed a serious name for himself on UK TV screens in the course of the most recent decade.

Heffernan began his vocation at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, saying of the involvement with a meeting with The Stage: “I required a year, practically, of mentors saying – as they said to everybody in my gathering, who likewise had degrees — escape your head, depend on nature, don’t show us your schoolwork so much, simply be at the time.” While Heffernan may have seen preparing as an on-screen character entirely relentless, it appears it set him up well as he’s proceeded to land jobs on the of all shapes and sizes screen, just as the stage.

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He featured as Brigadier General Lord Oliver Thomas in Starz Outlander, before assuming the job of Ronald Capshaw in season three of Ripper Street, he at that point put in a turn in another BBC period piece as Jaggers in Dickensian. In case you’re even more a Netflix period dramatization fan, you may remember him from Series 2 of The Crown.

Not one to be type-thrown, Heffernan has taken on humorous jobs BBC’s Collateral and Channel 4’s Brexit.

With respect to his most recent job in BBC’s Dracula, Heffernan’s job as Jonathan Harker is one of the most imperative to the story. He’s the character who initially acquaints us with the vampire during a stay at his frightening palace. In the wake of figuring out how to escape and coming back to England, he turns out to be a piece of a gathering resolved to achieve Dracula (played by Claes Bang]’s passing.

Talking about the show’s cast, Dracula author and official maker Steven Moffat said in an announcement: “I’m coming up short on youth dreams to materialize. Also, what a joy to join this phenomenal cast. The offspring of the night! [It’s] so energizing to see an astounding new cast begin to gather, I trust Claes doesn’t eat them all.”

Well it appears to be Bang overseen not to eat up Heffernan and their individual cast individuals sufficiently long to film the arrangement, as it will air on BBC One at 9 p.m. from Jan. 1-3 and afterward dispatch globally on Netflix from that point.

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