General..Realms of horror and of the beyond. The underworld of your mind's eye. The hairs on the back of your neck. Stockings.
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Simply Irresistable, Blah:
I have made many films in my long career, blah::
I Sent My Heart to SingySing | Vampire of SingySing
Get Out Your Old Coat (musical) | Love At Stake
Devils of the Blood Moon | Return to Spooky Mountain
Count Frightmare | Martian Serum 7 From Mars
Quench | Bob, Carol, Ted and Alice
Drac and Company | The No-Goodnicks
Frankenstein's Barber | Abbot and Costello Meet More Monsters
The Looney Looney Looney Rubberface Movie
Don't Hitch Your Wagon | Coagulated
Passion Tea | Herbie Goes Romanian
Books.. My yet-to-be-published self-written biography about the rise and fall of my career blah, triumph over addiction blah, sexual past and ultimately my struggle for identity. Called simply, "All About The Blah," it will be released in conjunction with the launch of a future, as-yet-to-be-determined project blah (for more information, contact my agent:
- Sep 12, 2005 9:31 PM Freedom Blah
The Count Blah Biography:
Frederick Blah is a veteran of the silver screen - one of the first Fabricated Americans to make a name for himself in the entertainment industry. Born Frederick Bergen Bladovich, Blah was brought to this country from Hungary by his parents as a child.
Frederick worked as an extra in many large-scale productions, waiting to be discovered. At the advice of a college friend who was urging him to "stand out" among his fellow background actors, Blah raided the costume department of the old Warners studio and dressed in vampire garb. Indeed, filmmakers noticed the presence of a vampire in various background shots of their entirely un-horrific picture, a contemporary musical.
Rather than undergo the cost of re-shooting major sequences, the studio decided to explain the gaffe with a small scene that featured the fanged apparition. And so, in the early WB musical "I sent my Heart to SingySing," Frederick was featured with a small song and dance number with a then-unknown Bette Gable. The film was an abysmal failure at the box office, and all prints were burned. But the famed "Vampire of Singy-Sing" took on a cult status in Hollywood, and an unlikely star was born.
It was then that Blah found his niche and adopted the personality of "Count" Blah, a personality that would define him to this day. Some question the sanity of a man who refuses to break this "character," while others call it the finest and most dedicated performance by a Fabricated actor (or any actor) to date. Unlike human stars Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney, Blah worked on the fringe of the horror business, taking roles in all-puppet exploitation films and the occasional Hammer production. After some campy talk and variety show appearances in 1968, Blah had some brief success with "Count Blah's House of Horrors," a low-budget and short-lived television production best remembered for launching the brief novelty-pop hit, "The Blah."
In the early 70s, Blah was making puppet headlines in the society pages as a playboy, with a list of wives to rival Johnny Carson. Coupled with these society tales were rumors of his bisexuality, a rumor he would vehemently deny for several years to come.
During this time, Blah was mounting for a crossover into children's television, on a new show called, "Sesame Street." It was here that our puppet would first meet the infamous "Muppet" who caused a rivalry that still exists to this day. Count Von Count, a longtime friend of "Muppet" studio head Jim Henson and famous Hollywood numerologist, took America by storm. The success of the "Muppets'" fame, especially that of the purple Count, was so intense that Blah was sent into a tale-spin which had him out of the spotlight for over a decade, living off investments and family money, spending much of it on his serious morphine addiction.
It was not until the late 90s that Greg The Bunny, a cult fan of "Blah's House of Horrors," used his own brief stint with fame to coax Blah back into the spotlight. Together they have appeared on several IFC short films and even a brief stint on a FOX sitcom, where Blah underwent major cosmetic surgery and adopted a slighty different persona. Since the cancellation of that series, Blah had faded into the night. Only recently has he made a few small appearances on IFC's new "Greg the Bunny" series. When we recently caught up with Blah, he was living in the drab remains of his California estate, completing a self-written biography about the rise-and-fall of his career, his triumph over addiction, his sexual past and his struggle for identity. Called simply, "All about the Blah," it will be released in conjunction with the launch of new "Greg the Bunny" films on the Independent Film Channel. (For more information, contact his agent, Pal Friendlies.)
A kid who has managed to "stay in the picture" for several decades, Blah is a true original. Sort of.
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Who I'd like to meet:Anyone out there with a nice, juicy neck to suck if you catch my meaning blah. .. ............
|There Are 999 happy haunts in Count Blah's Friend Space.|
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- Status: Swinger
- Here for: Dating, Serious Relationships
- Hometown: Hungary
- Orientation: Bi
- Body type: 3' 6" / Athletic
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
- Zodiac Sign: Virgo
- Children: Love kids, but not for me
- Smoke / Drink: Yes / Yes
- Occupation: Star of Silver Screen