|Rank:||Deputy head of W.I.N. London|
|Date of birth:||unk.|
|Voice artist:||Keith Alexander|
Sam Loover was born in Flagstaff, Arizona. He studied electronics at the Phoenix Technical school, and continued at Stanford University. Here, he met Ian MacClaine who was also studying electronics. Later, Mac returned to England and Sam was hired by the United States Government at the Kennedy Space Center, at Cape Canaveral. His job was to upgrade the electronics of the Base's security systems.
Sam's skill brought a rapid promotions through the U.S. security systems, and was made the number one operative of the newly formed World Intelligence Network. Fifteen years of active service made Sam deputy head of W.I.N. London, under command of Shane Weston. Back in England, he found his old friend Ian MacClaine, and became one of the four people who deal with the B.I.G. R.A.T.
Keith Alexander is a British actor and voice actor.
Alexander's television credits include Softly, Softly (1966), The New Avengers (1976), Minder (1979) and The Day of the Triffids (1981). On the big screen, he has had roles in Submarine X–1 (1968), Superman (1978), Hanover Street (1979) and All About a Prima Ballerina (1980).
He has also featured in some of the productions of Gerry Anderson. In addition to voicing the character of John Tracy and serving as narrator for the 1968 film Thunderbird 6, Alexander voiced Sam Loover and numerous supporting characters in the TV series Joe 90 (1968–69). His other Anderson appearances are the 1969 film Doppelgänger and the TV series The Secret Service (1969) and UFO (1970).