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Jason Momoa

Jason Momoa young

Birth Date

August 1, 1979


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color



6 ft 4 in | 193 cm

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106 kg | 234 pounds


50 in | 127 cm

Shoe size

14 US | 47 EU


36 in | 91.5 cm

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Joseph Jason Namakaeha Momoa was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, on August 1, 1979, is an American actor.

Young Jason Momoa began his career as a model, he won the 1999 Hawaii's Model of the Year.

He got his television debut in action drama series Baywatch Hawaii (1999–2001) in role as Jason Ioane.

He made his big screen debut in road comedy movie Johnson Family Vacation (2004) in role as Navarro.

Jason's breakthrough performance came as Khal Drogo in the HBO fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones (2011–2012).

He made his directorial debut with drama thriller film Road to Paloma (2014) which he also wrote and starred in lead role as Robert Wolf.

New Movies

Aquaman 2 (2022) epic superhero in role as Arthur Curry / Aquaman

Dune (2020) epic science fiction in role as Duncan Idaho, directed by Denis Villeneuve

He voiced Arthur Curry / Aquaman in animated adventure comedy film The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019).

Best Movies

He played Arthur Curry / Aquaman in the DC Extended Universe:

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

Justice League (2017)

Aquaman (2018)

He won a CinemaCon Award for Male Rising Star for his role as Conan in fantasy thriller movie Conan the Barbarian (2011).

Bullet to the Head (2012) action thriller with Sylvester Stallone and Christian Slater

Wolves (2014) action horror opposite Lucas Till and Merritt Patterson

The Bad Batch (2016) black comedy thriller opposite Keanu Reeves and Suki Waterhouse

Once Upon a Time in Venice (2017) action comedy with Bruce Willis

Braven (2018) action thriller in role as Joe Braven

TV Shows

He won a CinemaCon Award for Male Rising Star for his role as Khal Drogo in HBO fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones (2011–2012).

He played Jason Ioane in television film Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding (2003).

North Shore (2004-2005) Fox soap opera in role as Frankie Seau

The Game (2009) comedy drama television series in role as Roman

The Red Road (2014-2015) drama series in role as Phillip Kopus

He portrayed Ronon Dex in military science fiction television series Stargate: Atlantis (2005–2009).

Frontier (2016–2019) Netflix historical period drama series in role as Declan Harp

He hosted Saturday Night Live in 2018.

See (2019) Apple TV+ drama series in role as Baba Voss


He is an only child.

He practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

His hobbies are snowboarding, long board skateboarding and ice climbing.

He studied Buddhist teachings in Tibet.

Big fan of the Conan the Barbarian stories.

Fan of the Port Adelaide Football Club.

Lives in Los Angeles, California, U.S.


Has been engaged to Simmone Mackinnon (2004-2006).

He married actress Lisa Bonet in 2007, they have a daughter and a son.


I got called 'pretty boy' my whole life.

I love life and if there's something that I'm playing that I love, I'll research it.

I think a man needs to be a man. To hold a woman the way she wants to be held. Just do whatever your woman wants, and you'll be fine.

I was 19 and folding T-shirts in a surf shop. And I got chosen out of 1,300 people to play a leading role on 'Baywatch Hawaii'. I didn't even know how to act. It took me five years to get an agent after [that]. No one would take me seriously after 'Baywatch'. I lived in the shadow of that for a long time.

Zack Snyder is a huge fan of Game of Thrones and I met him in the training stunt facility that I train at and I guess he really liked me because he later called me into his office and we talked about playing Aquaman. He had a really cool vision for what he wanted to do and how he wanted me to look. It’s kind of Zack’s baby.

I haven't been an actor who's been able to pick and choose roles, and being a family man, it's been about putting food on the table.

You get a lot of respect for Game of Thrones, and it was a lot of fun to play, but it didn't help my career a lot because Khal Drago doesn't even speak English.