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Professor Kaufman is a science teacher at the university that Eric Staufer (and Bill McLemore) go to. He has a thick German accent.

Physical appearance

Professor Kaufman is a middle-aged/elderly Caucasian male, with a white moustache, yellow-tinted spectacles and an enormous crop of bushy white hair as big as a lion's mane.


He takes his job as a scientist/science professor very seriously, claiming that he is dedicated his life to his students and the university. He also declines sharing the cash reward, stating that being able to help his students to their full potential is enough of a reward for him. He believes that students are all equal and that none is more deserving than the other.


Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase

He had chosen Eric's video game over Bill's for the $250,000 cash prize at the science fair, which Bill felt was unfair (after he had confessed that he was behind the crimes), because he had been going to the college two-years-longer than Eric had, and felt he deserved to compete in the science fair more than Eric did.


Other versions

Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase (GBA)

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Quotes from the film only.

Professor Kaufman: What? Me? But I'm a scientist! I've dedicated my life to my students, and this university!

Professor Kaufman: Good! Because whoever created the virus must be punished!

Professor Kaufman: Students are all equal, Bill.


  • He has hair much similar to that of Albert Einstein, who was also German.
  • In the GBA game of the film, he is called Dr. Henry Kaufman, as well as being the culprit, unlike Bill who was the culprit in the movie.
  • Though he was accused of wanting to take the money earned from the science fair, Professor Kaufman was planning to do the exact opposite.
  • Professor Kaufman says "und" in place of "and" as part of his German accent.

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Per Skjølsvik Norwegian
Mikael Roupé Swedish


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