Who Knew! Matthew McConaughey's Brother is a Self-Made Millionaire with a TV Show
The actor's older brother, Rooster, is the star of a new Shark Tank-style show in which people invest their money with Texas entrepreneurs.
Alright, alright, alright - there's a new McConaughey in town!
The actor's big brother, Rooster, is the star of a new Shark Tank-style show in which people invest their money with Texas entrepreneurs.
And Rooster, 60, is perfect for the part: he is a self-made multimillionaire whose fortune was earned as a pipe supplier for Texas Oil. He also owns a cattle ranch.
The new CNBC show, West Texas Investors Club, takes place in the heart of Texas where both Rooster and fellow self-made millionaire Butch Gilliam created their fortunes. They are joined on the show by their close friend Gil Prather.
"Down here in Texas, we do things the real way," McConaughey says in a clip from the show.
The trio are set to employ unconventional methods to test out the budding entrepreneurs before deciding how to invest their money.
"We're looking at the person first and the business second," Gilliam explains in a preview for the show.
West Texas Investors Club premieres August 4 on CNBC and be sure to watch Inside Edition!
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