Lestat de Lioncourt in the Art Style of Frank Frazetta
Lestat de Lioncourt is a fictional character in Anne Rice's "The Vampire Chronicles" series. He was born as Lestat de Valois in 1760 in France and was turned into a vampire by Magnus in the late 18th century. He quickly became one of the most powerful and charismatic vampires in the series, with a rebellious and flamboyant personality.
Throughout the series, Lestat is portrayed as a complex character with conflicting emotions and a strong desire to understand his existence as a vampire. He has a close relationship with Louis, another vampire in the series, but also has a reputation for being unpredictable and dangerous.
Lestat has been portrayed in various media adaptations of "The Vampire Chronicles," including the 1994 film "Interview with the Vampire" and the 2002 film "Queen of the Damned." Despite his villainous tendencies, Lestat remains a beloved and iconic character in vampire fiction.