Okay, not really. At least the last part. He's not Matthew McConaughey, although the actor did graduate from the University of Texas in Womack's home of Austin.
But he's certainly a successful entrepreneur, and some critics have called Brad Womack the "sexiest bachelor ever," a title that makes him laugh.
"I don't know how to take that, honestly," Womack said. "Yeah, it is laughable. It's a great title. But it's probably more laughable for my guy friends than anything."
At 19, he left Texas State University to work in oil fields for several years, saving enough money to open his first bar when he was 28.
And he swears he's not vain enough to go shirtless 24/7.
"Quite honestly, I don't walk around with my shirt off that much â€" especially when cooking breakfast," he said.
Not that Brad Womack doesn't work on his chiseled physique.
"I work out quite a bit and eat very healthy," he said. "That means lifting weights five days a week and running three times a week. I'm a little narcissistic about it."
He's also not on the show for stardom, he said. He's looking for love with a down-to-earth but beautiful, sweet, honest, loyal girl-next-door type.
Those are surely in abundance on a show such as The Bachelor.
Turning to a reality TV show to find a woman may seem like an unnecessary step for Brad Womack, a hunk who runs several bars in a college town, right?
"People would think it's so easy to meet people in the bar business ... but it's just not my nature to go up and flirt with someone when I'm working," Womack said.