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This article is about the What's New, Scooby-Doo? incarnation. For other incarnations, see Verona Dempsey (disambiguation).
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Verona Dempsey
Verona Dempsey
Vital Statistics
Species Human
Gender Female
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Black
Other Statistics
Occupation Importer; amateur sleuth (incarcerated)
Affiliation Crusty McPeet
Production Details
First appearance WNSD: Fright House of a Lighthouse
Played by Grey DeLisle

Verona Dempsey was an importer and an amateur sleuth. She was a rival to Velma Dinkley; she had the same initials 'V.D.', wore the inverse colours, and even had her own catchphrase, "Jinkers."

Physical appearance

Verona is a Caucasian adult female with chin-length, blonde hair, a pale complexion. She wears a red, short-sleeved turtle neck sweater, an orange waist coat, an orange skirt, long red socks and short orange boots. She also wears rectangle-shaped glasses.

Personality

She is arrogant about her superior intelligence, and she is a sarcastic rival to Velma.

Skills and abilities

She seems to have uncanny powers of observation and deduction. However, much of her knowledge of the criminal activity in town comes from her being a criminal herself.

History

What's New, Scooby-Doo?

Season three

Verona Dempsey unmasked

Verona unmasked.

She dressed up as the Creepy Keeper to utilize a lighthouse in Wisconsin so only her shipments of imported materials could enter the port and help Crusty McPeet and her business thrive while the local businesses would fail.[1]

Appearances

Notes/trivia

  • A LEGO set inspired by the aforementioned episode included a minifigure of Verona.

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Actor Italian Verona is called Veronica
Siv Klynderud Norwegian

References

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