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ABC's upcoming star of The Bachelor, Matt Grant, isn't just looking for a bunch of flings with hot American babes. Although he'll certainly take it.

No, the British financier is looking for love, a wife, and the mother of his children. He has a very close relationship with his father and credits him as being part of the reason he is so serious about starting his own family. Soon.

"My dad had a stroke at the end of 2006 and that shook me. I want my kids to know him, because he was a great father and I want him to be a grandfather to them. I wouldn't mind having three or four kids," he told OK! Magazine.

Other than his accent, which he describes as "geeky" (try sexy!), Matt Grant doesn't see too much of a difference between British men and American men.

There are a few things that set them apart, though.

"We drink more tea and have crazy sports like cricket. I like to consider myself a British gentleman," Matt Grant said.

Twenty-five lucky aspiring trophy wives will get to meet this British gentleman when he follows the lame footsteps of Brad Womack on The Bachelor.

The show makes its season premiere on ABC Monday, March 17.

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Move over, Andy Baldwin.

Step aside, Brad Womack.

While those aforementioned hunks had plenty going for them, they've got nothing on Matt Grant, a 27-year-old Englishman and financier who will be starring on ABC's long-running reality hit, The Bachelor, this summer.

Don't believe us? Here's a new promotional photo of Matt Grant from the network. He may have a boring name, but he's dashing, don't you think?

Matt Grant Picture

Matt Grant: The Bachelor for Season 11.

Hopefully Matt Grant can reverse some of the more recent trends on The Bachelor. Those being domestic violence (Mary Delgado) and ass clowns rejecting both hot finalists (Womack). Hey, at least the bar is set pretty low for Matt.

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America already knows DeAnna Pappas, a rejected finalist on last season's finale of The Bachelor who still star on The Bachelorette this summer.
But now it's time for America to meet Matt Grant.

The newest star of ABC's The Bachelor, Matt Grant is the first bachelor hailing from abroad (London). The 27-year-old global financier works with millionaires every day but would trade it all to find true love.

Like other stars of The Bachelor that have come before him, Matt Grant is looking to get married and start a family as soon as humanly possible. He says that his ideal partner is adventurous, outgoing, and fun.

Matt's take on participating on The Bachelor:

"I'm a single guy, I'm a red-blooded male. I have the opportunity to date hot American women. Enough said."

Well, there you have it! Here's the first pic we could find of the stud ...

Matt Grant Bachelor Picture

Like past stars Andy Baldwin and Brad Womack, The Bachelor's new star, Matt Grant, is not only good looking, but athletic and intelligent, too. Hot!

Matt Grant received his B.A. in history and politics from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge where he was the captain of the university rowing team. He also skis and plays cricket and tennis. He also works out. A lot.

The Bachelor for season 11 will meet 25 women, one of whom could potentially be his wife, but most likely will get dumped after the show, on March 17.

Follow the jump for some videos of Matt Grant - being introduced on ABC's Dance War, and in a James Bond-style commercial advertising the new season!

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Matt Grant Biography

Matt Grant Bachelor Picture Matt Grant is the most recent star of The Bachelor, and from the very beginning, he was excited to take center stage and mack on all... More »
Hertfordshire, England
Full Name
Matthew Christian Grant

Matt Grant Quotes

I know when I look in those beautiful brown eyes that you'll always be there for me and I hope that you know that I'll always be there for you. "Shayne, I love you and I have something for you. Monkey, will you marry me?

Matt Grant

We sit down together and just laugh off all the ridiculous stories that get thrown our way. All things considered we are doing really well.

Matt Grant
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