Ezra Traylor was a character who appeared in From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter. He was newly turned into a vampire in 1913 and was a traveling salesman.


He was a traveling salesman, coming to different places and was on his way to the States from Mexico.

Throughout From Dusk Till DawnEdit

He walked into the bar and got a drink. When Charlie asked for his payment, he said he didn't have any money and offered something else up, as in a brush. He talked to Ambrose and reveals he's heard of the author. After the frenzy begins, he gets bitten by multiple vampires and eventually turns into one. He gets Mary Newlie to dance with him and he bites her, turning her into a vampire. He tastes Esmeralda's blood from Quixtla's mouth and proclaims their princess has returned. After capturing the remaining humans, he participates in the ceremony where Esmeralda becomes a vampire and embraces her heritage. After Johnny frees the others, he fights with Ezra, and slits his throat. He then eventually stakes Ezra, killing him.

Physical AppearanceEdit

He was bald and had a tall stature. He wore a suit and tie, much like a salesman back in the 1900s, and had brown eyes.


He was a friendly gentleman and was talkative. After he turned, he became alot more animalistic, but still retained some of his human personality.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Immortality- Vampires do not age or decay and are immune to death by disease/sickness.
  • Superhuman Strength- Ezra has strength superior to humans.
  • Shapeshifting- Ezra can change from a normal human appearance to a more feral and vampiric appearance.


  • Sunlight- Vampires are vulnerable to the sunlight and will die of exposure to it.
  • Staked- Ezra is vulnerable to stakes to the heart, which will kill him.
  • Extraction- Ezra is vulnerable to heart extraction.
  • Decapitation- While some vampires are vulnerable to decapitation, some such as Nano and Sex Machine, have shown to regrow a snake or a more monstrous appearance after said head is taken off.




  • Ezra is Hebrew and means "a helper".
  • Traylor is a surname.

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