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A. Fong
A. Fong
Vital Statistics
Alias Mr. Fong
Species Human
Gender Male
Hair color Black
Eye color Black
Other Statistics
Occupation Art dealer; smuggling ring leader (incarcerated)
Affiliation A. Fong Oriental Art
Production Details
First appearance SDWAY: Mystery Mask Mix-Up
Played by Keye Luke

A. Fong was an oriental art dealer who owned and was also secretly leader of smuggling operations in Chinatown, San Francisco. His base of operations was in the Temple in the Hills, and he disguised himself as the ghost of Zen Tuo (and two of his henchmen as his zombie minions) to scare people, who got curious about the old temple, away.

Physical appearance

Mr. Fong is middle-aged male. He has no hair on top of his head, while what remains around it is black.


Appears to be friendly, when giving the gang a "friendly warning" about the mask in their possession. In reality, this was a front for his true nature. When his plans were exposed, he grumbled angrily at his henchman for their foul up.


Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Season two

A. Fong unmasked

A. Fong unmasked.

He used golden masks to hide his shipping dates and had them sent for him from outside the country. One of them was accidently sent to a curio shop and bought by Daphne Blake. He sent his disguised henchmen to get it back, but they were thrawted by Scooby-Doo. The gang then went to him (the only oriental art dealer in town) to see if he knew why the zombie pair wanted it. He tried to scare them with a story that the mask had been stolen from Zen Tuo's crypt and he wanted it back. He then sent his henchmen after them resulting in a car chase which ended with Daphne kidnapped and the mask stolen. When the gang found his hiding place, he was eventually caught and him and his henchmen were brought to justice, to be taken away by Inspector Lu.



  • Although he is always referred to as "Mr. Fong", the first letter in his first name is shown on a sign at the top of his shop.

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Peter Sjöquist Swedish