"The Count Smokula Show"
Direct From Smokesylvania
Count Smokula, a notorious, yet reformed undead, was born 496 years
ago in Glipsch, Smokesylvania. He made a name for himself early on
by playing his skveezebox at Smokesylvanian bean-eating festivals,
or shlabans. After a revolution which virtually destroyed his
beloved homeland, The Count came to the Hollyvood of the California
with the intention of making a fortune as a "public excess show
host" to restore the glory of Smokesylvania. Although that
never quite happened, he became a popular underground figure hosting
"The Count Smokula Show" starting in 1996 in Los Angeles,
known as "the greatest talk show in the voild".
||Recently Appeared on the
FOX Special: "30-Seconds To Fame," MTV, E!Entertainment, ABC's "20/20 with John
Stossel, and numerous
tv programs and independent films throughout the world.
|| Count Smokula has hosted "The Freak of the Week"
segments for "Troma's Edge TV" and is featured in
and wrote the music for "All the Love You Cannes", a
feature-length documentary about the Cannes Film Festival also by
Troma. Another documentary is in the works about Tromadance at the
Sundance Film Festicval, also featuring The Count.
||Hosts and performs at live events such as The Rock City Music News
Awards, Los Angeles Music Awards, American Film Market, Screamfest,
Tromadance, and the Cult Movie Convention and with many rock bands.
The Count hosts and performs with The Vamphear Circus
Angeles, CA (Home)