|Other Names:||The Wolf|
|Uses:||Friend and advisor|
|First Appearance:||When You're a Stranger|
|Last Appearance:||All For One|
"You're doomed." "Unless I tell dad." "As I said, you're doomed." "How angry do you think he'll be?" "On a scale of one to mass murder?"
Zoltan is the stuffed Hellhound and faithful companion of Vladimir Dracula. He has appeared in all but two episodes (Camping and Sweet Sixteen) and was in the very first episode, When You're a Stranger. He is voiced by Andy Bradshaw. Zoltan doesn't appear at all in series 4 & 5.
He is rather sarcastic, encourages vampirism and is always against Vlad's plans to act more like a "breather". Although he frequently gives advice, sometimes good, to both Robin and Vlad, his advice is not always heeded.
Although the Count tolerates Zoltan, he is occasionally violent towards him. Both the Count and Ivan used to throw Zoltan off the battlements of the castle.
Series 1 & 2Edit
Despite his status as a taxidermy victim, Zoltan gets around the castle very well on his wheels. However, he has been forbidden to use the words stake, sunlight and garlic by the Count, which has placed both Robin and the Count in danger more than once. He speaks with a Russian accent.
In series 3 Zoltan remains the faithful companion of Vladimir Dracula. Once again his helpful advice is not often heeded. In "Bad Vlad" Vlad twists Zoltan's neck all the way round, leaving him stuck. Despite this Zoltan remains loyal to his master, telling Erin that she must help Vlad before he looses himself to his evil reflection.
Early Life Edit
Little is known about Zoltan during the time before he was stuffed. However, it is known that Ivan Dracula had a habit of throwing him off the castle battlements, which may have been the cause of his death. It is also known that he was a reluctant member of the pack of 'hellhounds' that savaged Renfield Sr. to death - he regrets this immensely.
- Zoltan's name comes from Zoltan: Hound of Dracula (a film about a dog which is possessed by the spirit of Dracula).
- Zoltan is a Hungarian name.