Cleopatra was a powerful and attractive woman with black eyes and hair. She wore traditonal ancient Egyptian clothing. In her ghost appearance she retains her clothing, but her skin took on a green zombie-like form.
Cleopatra appeared as a powerful woman who was bound and determined to keep herself, her subjects and the treasures of Egypt out of Roman hands. She loved her country and was determined to keep its riches within Egypt and protect her people. She had herself entombed with the treasures of Egypt, hoping that one day the treasures would be given back to her people. She can be labeled as selfless because of her love and devotion to her kingdom.
In ancient times, Cleopatra was queen of Egypt. When the Romans invaded, she tried to escape and hid in the Sphinx, which protected her and her treasure. Her final wish was for the treasures of Egypt to be returned to her people, a wish that Scooby and the gang would grant over a thousand years later.
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
In "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy, Too", Shaggy Rogers and Velma Dinkley took the places of Marc Antony and Cleopatra, respectively, in the archeology department's exhibit of them, to avoid the Mummy of Ankha.
Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy?
Velma accompanied a restoration project that was working on the Sphinx. After accidentally opening the caverns beneath it, she concocted a plan to protect the legendary treasure from Amelia von Butch and her fellow theives. Things were complicated, however, when the rest of Mystery Inc. arrived.
After making it seem that she had turned to stone, Velma disguised herself as the ghost of Cleopatra, and the workers as her army of the undead. Mystery Inc. set out to catch her, but this only gave von Butch time to find the treasure and steal the crown. A trap was sprung and the Sphinx was flooded. Amelia and Cleopatra were both unmasked and the gang realized their "enemy" had been Velma all along. They didn't seem to mind, however, for they had been able to catch the real villain, Amelia von Butch.
- DTV9. Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? (flashback, mummy in present day)