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On season 14 four coaches entered the game to coach the houseguests. Ian was placed on Mike “Boogie”‘s team. On Day 48, Ian won his first HoH competition. He rode on the win and continued to win the rest of his eligible HoH competitions. With his win on finale night, he tied the record of the most HoHs in a season: four. Terry won Big Brother 14 and the $500,000 prize after defeating Dan Gheesling, who was the winner of Big Brother 10 and one of the four returning coaches, by a vote of 6-1 on September 19, 2012.
Ian is one of six HouseGuests, including Drew Daniel, Janelle Pierzina, Rachel Reilly, Aaryn Gries, and Hayden Moss in the show’s history to win Head of Household four times in one season, and managed to avoid being nominated until Day 62. Ian also holds the record for most consecutive HoH wins at 4. At exactly 21.5 years old at the time of his win, Terry is currently the youngest winner in Big Brother (U.S.) history.
Ian graduated from Shaler Area High School in the Pittsburgh suburb of Shaler, Pennsylvania. During his stint on Big Brother 14, Terry was a chemical engineering student at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He completed his chemical engineering degree in December 2013.