Meet Taras Hrubyj-Piper Big Brother Australia Cast
Here’s everything you need to know about Big Brother Australia Season 14 Cast Taras Hrubyj-Piper Biography, Age, Occupation, Instagram, Hometown, Profile & More
As Big Brother Australia Season 14 housemates have been revealed, let’s get to know more about Taras Hrubyj-Piper; the 33 years old musician who will be competing for the $250,000 cash prize
|Full Name||Taras Hrubyj-Piper|
Taras is a quirky, slightly eccentric man who is completely comfortable in his own skin. He never adheres to social norms and breaks stereotypes of how men should be and behave.
A successful creative in the music scene, he writes music for the band Sticky Fingers and is a multi-instrumentalist in his own band, The Lulu Raes. Taras is also a music teacher.
Taras lives an active lifestyle including daily meditations, practicing yoga, snorkeling and lifting weights. He has a firm strategy in place: he’ll gather intelligence on the housemates first and then align himself to the strongest players while not alienating the weaker competitors. Finally, he will play challenges to the best of his ability. He is happy to manipulate and use gathered information to stay in the game, protecting himself first.
A superfan of the American Survivor, Taras is in awe of the gameplay and challenges that the competitors undertake. He’s inspired to bring that high level to Australian TV.
People often underestimate Taras and he will use that to his advantage by playing a sneaky game and making big moves that no one will expect.
What are your strengths?
My will power, my insight into myself and others as well as my humour and easy-going nature.
What are your weaknesses?
Over sharing, especially in this game of strategy. My potential frustration at being with people 24/7 for a while. I’m not always good at processing emotions in real time. I find it better to go off and work on stuff.
What made you apply for Big Brother?
I really think this is an incredible opportunity to experience what happens to us individually and in a group when put under extreme and strange circumstances.
What are you most looking forward to in the house?
Making new friends and, at least early on, being safe in a majority.
What are you least looking forward to in the house?
Being in a minority and not being as good at challenges as I think I will be.
What kind of housemate do you think you will be?
I think I’ll be easy going, fun and interested in other people. I may get in trouble for fighting when I believe in something, even if its small, which may put a target on my back. I will definitely make strong relationships if I get in there and last long enough.
What is one thing you cannot live without?
I love sugar so much. I’ll eat it out of the bag if I have to.