M.K. was a boy with a dark secret, searching for his mother and a long-lost home. But his efforts to gain freedom were thwarted by the Abbots. Now, M.K. is training under a mysterious figure called "The Master" to conquer his darkness and control his abilities. His goal is to return to the Badlands, find Tilda, and ultimately to reach Azra. But over the course of the season, M.K. will find that the real fight is within himself. Unless he confronts his past, he will always be a slave.
Aramis Knight is one of Hollywood's most promising young actors. At only 17 years old, he already has an impressive resume in both film and television.
On the big screen, Knight recently starred in Summit Entertainment's Ender's Game, a riveting action/sci-fi film about a group of elite children who are trained to defeat a hostile alien race that has attacked Earth. Knight played the role of Bean, and the film's other stars include Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld and Abigail Breslin. Knight starred in his first major feature film in 2007 as the son to Reese Witherspoon's character in Warner Bros.' Rendition, which also starred Jake Gyllenhaal. Knight has done voice-over work for major animated films including DreamWorks' Shrek Forever After as well as Warner Bros.' Happy Feet Two.
On the small screen, Knight has had guest-starring and recurring roles on hit TV shows including Dexter, General Hospital, and Lost, just to name a few.
A native of Woodland Hills, Calif., Knight discovered his passion for acting at only four years old. His mother enrolled him in an acting workshop and, before long, he was appearing in commercials and playing minor screen roles. In his free time Knight enjoys playing sports, especially basketball.
Knight currently resides in Los Angeles.