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Bram is the leader of the Fangenschanz acting troupe.

Physical appearance

Bram is a tall, adult Caucasian male, with black hair and purple eyes. He often wears a pink long-sleeved shirt when performing (and a red one when not), jeans and black boots. He also has fake fangs and gray toned skin, as do all of the Fangenschanz.

Personality

He was charming, especially to Daphne Blake. He believed in the vampire lore and wanted to become a real vampire.

History

Scooby-Doo! Music of the Vampire

When his troupe's enactment of a vampire resurrection ritual had raised a real vampire, Lord Valdronya, he believed they would be rewarded with immortality, if he provided a "vampire bride" to Valdronya.[1]

It all started when he and the actors were singing in the theater. Then they directly or indirectly raised Valdronya with their ritual. As the mystery went on, it appeared that the actors started working for the mighty vampire, and during their work, they were partially discovered by Shaggy and Scooby. When that happened, and the 2 left, the actors created the wedding ceremony, much to their surprise, the real Valdronya left and the fake one turned out to be Vincent Van Helsing. After that, they seemingly think that the vampire was fake after all and that they didn't get their immortality (which they possibly did, as Valdronya just left the wedding) and they were arrested. Bram tried to charm Daphne one last time with an offer of coffee when he gets out of prison, but the girl coldly rejects him and says that she doesn't date actors. He was then pushed by the police officer in the police truck.

Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon

Bram at the Hotel San De Pedro with Wulfric Von Rydingsvard.

Apparently having served his time, he attended the screening of the trailer for the Blue Falcon film at the Hotel San De Pedro where Mr. Hyde attacked and summoned his Hideous Hyde Hound. When it cornered Wulfric Von Rydingsvard and Bram, Daphne kicked a swimming pool-lawn chair in front of it, allowing the two to escape.[2]

Appearances

Discography

  1. "The Vampires Dance" (ensemble)
  2. "Valdronya Returns" (ensemble)
  3. "Scooby and Me" (ensemble)
  4. "Do You Want to Live Forever?" (with Daphne Blake)
  5. "Bride of the Vampire" (ensemble)

Notes/trivia

  • His name comes from Bram Stoker, author of the 1897 novel Dracula.
  • Given how the Music of the Vampire ended, it would appear debatable if the Bram in Mask of the Blue Falcon wasn't just his character model being reused for another character, since Daphne doesn't react to him or mention him at all even after. But since there were no changes made, it would still likely be him. His release from prison, also seems improbable, but still possible since the same kept happening for Gibby Norton from the What's New, Scooby-Doo? TV series.
  • If the character from Mask of the Blue Falcon was Bram himself, it is unknown what happened to the other actors (presumably they are free from prison).

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Adam Krylik Polish
Ettore Zuim Brazilian Portuguese

References

  1. Scooby-Doo! Music of the Vampire, direct-to-video film 17.
  2. Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon, direct-to-video 19.
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