Owner of Proctor Meats
|Relatives|| Israel Proctor (father)|
Leah Proctor (mother, deceased)
Miriam Bowman (sister)
Elijah Bowman (brother-in-law)
Rebecca Bowman (niece/lover)
Solomon Bowman (nephew)
|Relationships|| Clay Burton (personal assistant)|
Duke Morgan (Sheriff of Banshee/employee, deceased)
Deborah Ramsay (ex-stripper/ex-lover)
Jackson Sperling (attorney, deceased)
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Ulrich Thomsen|
|Season||Origins, 1, 2, 3, 4|
|Last episode||"We All Pay Eventually"|
|Appearances||29 episodes (see below)|
Kai Proctor is an intimidating, wealthy local businessman who believes he is above the law.
Kai considers himself a bussinesman and wants to increase the wellfare of Banshee. He has no problems performing criminal activities and is willing to kill anyone that poses a threat to him. He has troubles with his former family as they banished him and some even deny his existence. He feels associated with his niece as she got cast out as well. Despite that he does not believe in god (at least not like his family) he has a huge image of Jesus tattoed on his back and seems to have a fetish for having his bedpartner wear a Amish cap.
He also quotes from the bible while talking with his family and was willing to defend them from the Tribe. He became angry at Hood when he learned he had sex with his niece.
He later was shown to probably have a sexual relationship with her as they slept together in the same bed.
Kai is able to run his company while performing illegal and legal activities alike. He is capable of avoiding being prosecuted and is highly aware of his legal limits. Kai is something of a thug as he is able to intimidate or kill anyone who stands in his way.
He is a highly skilled marksman as he is able to take out multiple gunman all by himself.
Kai is in great shape as he works out on his wooden dummy and uses bodyweight excercises.
Growing up as a violent young man he became highly skilled in the use of violence and is able to defeat multiple criminals. He is a highly skilled fighter and uses martial arts and improvised weapons to quickly subdue his opponents.
Behind the scenesEdit
|Season 1 appearances|
|Pilot||The Rave||Meet the New Boss||Half Deaf Is Better Than All Dead||The Kindred|
|Wicks||Behold a Pale Rider||We Shall Live Forever||Always the Cowboy||A Mixture of Madness|
|Season 2 appearances|
|Little Fish||The Thunder Man||The Warrior Class||Bloodlines||The Truth About Unicorns|
|Firekeeper||Ways to Bury a Man||Evil for Evil||Homecoming||Bullets and Tears|
|Season 4 appearances|
|Something out of the Bible||The Burden of the Beauty||Job||Innocent Might Be a Bit of a Stretch|
|A Little Late To Grow A Pair||Only One Way a Dogfight Ends||Truths Other Than the Ones You Tell Yourself||Requiem|
|Origins season 1|
|Olek Drops a Dime||A Thief, Not a Killer||Carrie at the Gate||Looking for My Exit||Sugar's Release||The Forge|
|Siobhan Interrupted||Kings and Pawns||Checking In||Carrie and Deva||The Women||Passed Over||The Real Lucas Hood|
|Origins season 2|
|Hotwire||Allenwood Part 1||Interrogation Part 1||Interrogation Part 2||Interrogation Part 3||The Phone Call|
|The Diner||The Person You Were Meant to Be||Allenwood Part 2||Brothers||The Priest||The Field|