• Character Igor Karkaroff was Headmaster of Durmstrang Institute and a former Death Eater. Karkaroff turned in other Death Eaters to the Wizengamot in order to save himself from Azkaban. He ran for his life in June 1995 when the Dark Mark burned into his arm showed that Voldemort had returned (GF35). Read More
• Character Karkus was the Gurg of the Giants, first contacted by Hagrid and Maxime in the summer of 1995. He was killed two days later by Golgomath, who tore off Karkus’s head and threw it into the lake (OP20). Read More
• Character Karl Jenkins was a Hogwarts student in the same year as Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy, to each of whom he referred by an unkind nickname (CC1.4). Read More
• Character Karl Wang played Keeper for the Norwegian National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Character Katie Bell is a Gryffindor girl a year older than Harry, one of the three Chasers on the Gryffindor team during most of Harry’s years at Hogwarts. Oliver Wood considered her to be a superb Chaser (PA8), along with Angelina Johnson and Alicia Spinnet, who are a year older… Read More
• Character Born in 1903, Mr Kegg is the current President of English Gobstones team. (FW)… Read More
• Character Kendra was the mother of Albus Dumbledore.  After her daughter Ariana was attacked and traumatized by muggle boys, and her husband Percival went to Azkaban for seeking retribution, Kendra moved the Dumbledore family to Godric’s Hollow and devoted herself to taking care of the sickly Ariana. Because Kendra was trying… Read More
• Character Kenneth Towler was a Hogwarts student in the same year as Fred and George Weasley. Read More
• Character Kennilworthy Whisp is the author of Quidditch Through the Ages, The Wonder of Wigtown Wanderers, He Flew Like a Madman, and Beating the Bludgers. He lives in Nottinghamshire. His hobbies are backgammon, vegetarian cookery, and collecting vintage broomsticks (QA). Read More
• Character Silvanus Kettleburn was the Care of Magical Creatures Professor before Hagrid (PA6).  He was a reckless and eccentric wizard, who loved dangerous creatures (and often underestimated them) (Pm). This led him to lose most of his limbs, and by the time he retired in 1993, he only had one… Read More
• Character The current Gobstones World Champion, his picture was used for the National Gobstone Association’s “Give Gobstones A Second Glance” campaign (Pm). Read More
• Character Aidan Kiely played Seeker for the Kenmare Kestrels (c. 1993). As reported in the Daily Prophet article “Maddock Blamed for Kestrels’ Win“, Kiely won a game against the Montrose Magpies following a mis-directed kick of the Snitch by the controversial Magpies Chaser Alasdair Maddock (DP2). Read More
• Character King Arthur was a legendary leader of Great Britain, ruling from his Round Table of Knights at Camelot and Avalon. His queen was Guinevere. Arthur was probably a Muggle, but he did have a sister named Morgan Le Fay or Morgana who was a Dark sorceress and… Read More
• Character King of England 1422 to 1461. According to Dumbledore, a large white rabbit was his trusted adviser (TBB). This creature was possibly the French Animagus Lisette de Lapin, who was convicted of witchcraft in Paris but  escaped across the English Channel in a large cauldron with a sail attached. Read More
• Character Kingsley Shacklebolt was a highly capable Auror and a member of the Order of the Phoenix. He resisted Voldemort’s takeover of the Ministry in 1997, even appearing on the Potterwatch radio program, and was made Minister of Magic in 1998 after Voldemort’s demise. Kingsley was a tall, bald black wizard who… Read More
• Character The first Norman (French) King of England, also known as William the Conquerer. Read More
• Character Andrew Kirke was a Gryffindor in the mid 1990s and Gryffindor’s Quidditch Team Beater from 1995-6. Read More
• Character Irene Kneedander was Head of the Body for Protection of Magical Species (Humanoid) for MACUSA is 1892. In this role, she seriously cracked down on Sasquatches who “stepped out of line.” She and her treatment of Sasquatches are considered responsible for the Great Sasquatch Rebellion of 1892 (Pm). Read More
• Character Jacob Kowalski was a good-natured No-Maj factory worker in 1920s New York whose dream was to own a bakery. He fought for America in World War One (WFT). In 1926 Jacob went to a bank in New York City to get a loan for a proposed bakery based on recipes… Read More
• Character Quentin Kowalski was a Chaser on the United States National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Character Kquewanda Bailey played Keeper for Jamaica’s National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Character Kreacher was an aged House-Elf whose family served the Black family for generations. He was devoted to Sirius Black’s mother, who died in 1985 but whose portrait still shrieks orders from the wall of the front hall of the Black family home, number twelve, Grimmauld Place. Kreacher continued to live there… Read More
• Character Sigrid Kristofferson played Seeker for the Norwegian National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Character Mr. Krum was the father of Bulgarian Quidditch player Viktor Krum (GF31). Read More
• Character Mrs. Krum was the mother of Bulgarian Quidditch player Viktor Krum (GF31). Read More
• Character Bulgarian wizard who was their national side’s Seeker at the Quidditch World Cup (1994, 2002, 2014) and also Durmstrang Institute‘s representative at the Triwizard Tournament held at Hogwarts in 1994. Read More
• Character Kimiko Kurosawa was a Chaser on the Japanese National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More