Ian is the father of Alice and husband to Barb, his controlling wife. At some point in his marriage, he became suspicious of his wife being unfaithful to him with their nanny, Jill.
Curse of Chucky (2013)Edit
During the night, Barb video chats with Jill as her husband sleeps beside her. He wakes up as a power outage occurs. Barb goes to check on Alice, but Ian questions on who she is really checking on. Finally confronting her about her affair, threatens that if he finds evidence, he plans to get sole custody of Alice. He also mentions that he installed a nanny cam into Alice's doll Chucky, and can use the footage as proof. As Barb leaves the room, Ian puts in earplugs to tune her out.
Once Nica discovers that Chucky is the one committing the murders, she goes to Ian to help find Alice. He wheels her to the garage, but is skeptical over her claims that Chucky is alive. He goes back inside to find his daughter, but upon re-entering comes across Barb and Jill's bodies. He now believes that Nica has been murdering everyone and had kidnapped Alice. As Nica uses a hatchet to try to get to Chucky inside the car, Ian returns to the garage and disarms her. With all of the tension Nica goes unconscious from a heart episode, allowing him to secure her hands to her wheelchair.
When she regains consciousness, Ian attempts to angrily interrogate Nica for Alice's whereabouts, but she continues to insist that it is Chucky's doing. Ian tapes her mouth when she does not cooperate, and starts to look on his laptop at the nanny cam to search for Alice on his own. Watching the footage, he sees that he was right about his wife's affair, but continuing on finds that the murders were indeed caused by Chucky. Fixated on the camera, Ian does not notice Chucky sneaking into the room until it is too late. Chucky pushes Nica into Ian, knocking him to the ground. He grabs Nica's hatchet and axes off his lower jaw, killing him.
- Ian is Chucky's 46th victim since Child's Play.
- Ian was a barista at Starbucks.
- Ian said that his brother used to have a Good Guy doll, which causes Jill to say that her brother also had one.