Agent White was an Agent that appeared in The Matrix: Path of Neo level, Security Guard. He forced The Security Guard to subdue and arrest Neo. Stressed and confused, The Security Guard couldn't follow through with his task, so White attempted to kill him since he had no purpose. Neo defeated White and freed The Security Guard.
He was later assisted by Agents Bird and Ash on tracking down and killing a group of Resistance members including Tosk. Possessing a local woman as she was about to be hit by a truck, he jumped out of the way in time. They brought assault vehicles and closed off the area.
Their mission was successful killing the Resistance, although falling debris from an explosion cut off White's arm. When he left the woman's body, she saw everyone dead and herself mutilated.
Sixty years after the end of the human-machine war, Agent White was present as one of the members of the Agent trio lead by Agent Smith inside a modal subconsciously created by Thomas Anderson (Neo's identity while being subdued inside the seventh version of the Matrix) alongside Agent Jones. White's position replaces Agent Brown. Inside the modal, White serves a similar role to Brown, chasing the modal's version of Trinity through the Lafayette onto the rooftop. However, unlike the original events, the Agents capture Trinity. Bugs is found by a surveying police chopper and comes into contact with the Agents, who try to kill her. On street level, White takes possession of a police officer chasing Bugs into a key shop. White meets Smith, who has been given the Redpill by Bugs by this time, and White realizes that Smith has been compromised, chasing Smith and Bugs through a derelict building. White is unable to prevent Bugs and Smith escaping.
The modal is deleted. As a result, White is also deleted.
Behind the Scenes
- Agent White is portrayed by Amadei Weiland in The Matrix Resurrections. In The Matrix: Path of Neo, Agent White is voiced by James Horan.
- Agent White's design differs between each iteration. In Day In... Day Out, White is portrayed as being of average build for a pre-Upgraded Agent, with black hair and a pronounced widow's peak. In The Matrix: Path of Neo, he no longer has a widow's peak, and instead has brown hair slicked back. In The Matrix Resurrections, Agent White retains the brown, slicked-back hair, but appears much stockier in build when compared to the other two Agents in his trio, much like Agent Jones in the original film.