FANDOM


General

Karen "Kaz" Proctor is a main character and an inmate in television series Wentworth. She served as an antagonist in Season 4. (removed the spoilers).

Kaz is introduced as one of Bea’s supporters and is in a vigilante group called The Red Right Hand. Kaz's main storylines have centered on her idolism of Bea Smith and being a vigilante against men who abuse women.   

However, since showing an appearance in Series 3 Episode 12, Blood and Fire, she has a growing hatred towards Bea Smith since being used by her to get information on Nils Jesper.

Kaz thought Bea shopped her and her ally Allie to the police, only to later discover that it was actually the inmate she had seen as a friend (Ferguson).

Recently, Kaz has taken over the job as Top Dog when Bea walked away from the position in the episode 4x11. Kaz does not want anyone to act violent as one of her rules as top dog. She looses the position for good when Ferguson is voted in as top dog. She becomes top dog again during the Kangaroo court. 

During the first part of season 5, Kaz thinks that Will Jackson is the screw involved with drug trafficking in the prison (while actually it is Jake Stewart) and does everything in order to discredit him and have him thrown out of Wentworth. Things will change drastically after Proctor has her life saved by Jackson in a van road accident; after that, she will start to trust him and together they will collaborate in order to find out the truth and solve the issue.

Despite her usual no violence stance, Kaz has been shown to be violent on occasion, she attempted to kill Ferguson by pushing her into a deep fryer after discovering it was her that shopped Kaz and Allie, not Bea. While not successful, Ferguson's arm went into the fryer, which caused permanent damage. She again attempted to kill Joan in the Season 5 finale, but Joan had already escaped the prison and later was buried alive.

Trivia Edit

  • At the beginning of season 4 it is revealed that Kaz, when she was a kid, suffered abuses from her own father; after this tragical experience she decided to take care of underdog and weak women, that is why she founded the 'Red Right Hand'.


Wentworth: Season 3
"The Governor's Pleasure"
Appears
"3x02 Failing Upwards"
Absent
"Knives Out"
Absent
"Righteous Acts"
Appears
"3x05 Mercy"
Appears
"Evidence"
Absent
"The Long Game"
Absent
"Goldfish"
Appears
"Freak Show"
Absent
"A Higher Court"
Absent
"The Living and the Dead"
Absent
"Blood and Fire"

Appears
Wentworth: Season 4
"First Blood"
Appears
"Poking Spiders"

Appears
"Prisoner"


Appears
"Screw Lover"

Appears
"Love and Hate"
Appears
"Divide and Conquer"

Appears
"Panic Button"


Appears
"Plan Bea"

Appears
"After Life"
Appears
"Smitten"


Appears
"The Eleventh Hour"
Appears
"Seeing Red"

Appears
Wentworth: Season 5
"Scars"
Appears
"The Bitch is Back"

Appears
"Nothing but the Truth"


Appears
"Loose Ends"

Appears
"Belly of the Beast"
Appears
"Happy Birthday, Vera"

Appears
"The Pact"


Appears
"Think Inside the Box"

Appears
"Snake Head"
Appears
"Mere Anarchy"


Appears
"Coup de Grace"
Appears
"Hell Bent"

Appears
Wentworth: Season 6
"Clean Slate"
Appears
"The Boxer"

Appears
"Bleed Out"


Appears
"Winter Is Here"

Appears
"Bitter Pill"
Appears
"The Angel of Wentworth"

Appears
"The Edge"


Absent
"6x08"

Absent
"6x09"
Absent
"6x10"


Absent
"6x11"
Absent
"6x12"

Absent