|Birthdate||June 7, 1993|
|Portrayed By||Michael B. Jordan|
Miles Johnston (Michael B. Jordan) used to be that funny lovable guy that used to let nothing get to him. But, after he learned that he was destined to be a slayer, he had to step up his game...becoming more dark as the story progressed. He is the adoptive son to Michael and the apprentice of Greg Sutherland.
Miles makes his first appearance in the second episode of the season, titled "Let Me In". He meets Ethan Proudmore and the two have a conversation and eventually become friends. Miles revealed that he and Chase used to be friends, until Chase's father went crazy.
In "There Might Be Blood", Miles informs Ethan of the town's secrets, thanks to Terri, or Sheriff Strauss, who helps Miles, after she accidentally left his father to die. In later episodes, such as "Memoir", it's revealed that Miles's ancestor was the one that killed Ethan's sister Arielle Proudmore. It is later revealed that the accusation was false.
Sonn Miles's adoptive father, Michael, wants him to take down Ethan, Ellie Santos, and Alexandra Nicolaev, because they are vampires and he has a destiny to kill them. Miles is desribed as a skilled-slayer. Miles and Symone had started a relationship and decided to keep dating. Miles and Michael attempted to kill Ellie and Ethan when a stake shot through their window.
Miles's and Symone's relationship has faded into the darkness as Symone learns that Miles is very unstable and is the adoptive son of a vampire hunter - Michael - who wants Ethan and Ellie dead. Miles soon becomes a spy to Michael and this causes everyone to lose trust for him; this is present in the episode "Changeling".
Miles even participates in the ritual to kill Symone, but in the end, Symone proves her powers a loyal to her and hurts Miles. Miles disappears without a trace. And Symone constantly tries to search for him, but he doesn't want to be found. Miles is the one that kills Chase in "Anna" and then he comes face to face with Skye Asaari, who pushes him into the woods, therefore Miles's condition is not yet revealed.
In "The Uninvited", Miles and Greg decide that it would be best to leave town for a while.