|Director Alleman conversing with Agent Sampson.|
|Preceded By||Cliff Sloan|
|Succeeded By||Richard Bullock|
|Employer||Agency for External Government Intelligence Services|
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Born|| 7 December 1941
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
|Died|| 11 November 2011 (Age 69)
Battle Creek, Michigan
|Portrayed By||Whitman Alleman|
|Appeared In||Mr. Spy Guy|
|“||Oh my! He's been eaten again!||”|
William Alleman (7 December 1941-11 November 2011) was an American secret agent, and the second director of the Agency for External Government Intelligence Services.
Alleman was one of the original janitors of AEGIS, specifically requested by Director Sloan due to his proficiency with a Shop-Vac, powers of telekinesis, and his bitchin' hair. In 1966, Alleman was given his first field assignment, in which he was dispatched to assassinate known terrorist Paul McCartney. His success in this mission led directly to his promotion to Spy First-Class, and after defeating the genetically-modified monstrosity known only as "The Kid," Sloan personally appointed Alleman as his deputy.
Director of AEGISEdit
Upon Sloan's death, Alleman assumed the mantle of command. He immediately began expanding AEGIS's operations, hiring such diverse agents as Matt Langley, Patrick Sampson, and H.M. Murdock. His leadership was marked by ambiguity in assignments, constant wearing of sunglasses, and synergy. He remained the Director of AEGIS until his death in 2011, when he spontaneously exploded upon hearing of Black Sabbath's reunion. Alleman was succeeded by his longtime friend and bandmate Richard Bullock.