Jason Momoa is a loveable actor and director who is also a true family man and a die-hard feminist.
Jason Momoa is known as a lot of things: Aquaman, Khal Drogo, a director, an accomplished actor, a loving father to Lola and Nakoa-Wolf, and a fierce, handsome husband to Lisa Bonnet. He even won Hawaii’s 1999 Model of the Year award.
Most famous for his role as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones, Momoa started his acting career when he starred in Baywatch Hawaii. He also played in the film Tempted, the TV series North Shore and Stargate: Atlantis. He also co-wrote and directed Road to Paloma. Jason Momoa also appears in his iconic role as Aquaman in the movie Batman V Superman and then in his own Aquaman movie, released in 2018.
Jason Momoa was born in Hawaii but he was raised by his mother in Iowa, which is why he is very much a die-hard feminist.
He is also very involved in his Hawaiian heritage, which is one of the reasons as to why he was super excited to take on the role as Aquaman. At the premiere, he led the Haka dance — a spiritual dance that hails from the Maori culture of New Zealand, which is composed of posturing and stomping. It is also used to welcome guests and it is performed on special occasions.
Momoa’s iconic eyebrow scar came from a fight in 2008 when a man cut him with a broken beer glass. It was a really bad gash that needed 140 stitches.
He loves to go surfing, mountain biking, rock climbing, and skateboarding. He also throws tomahawks and knives as a hobby. Momoa’s astrological sign is a Leo, his favorite beer is Guinness and his favorite foods are apple pie and apaghetti.
Take a look below at our collection of some of the best Jason Momoa quotes about the most important things in life: family, tradition and having lots and lots of fun.
1. He is very much a feminist.
“I wasn’t raised by a man. I was raised by a single mother my whole life. It’d be ridiculous for me to say that I didn’t believe in (feminism). They’re the strongest beings in the world.” — Jason Momoa
2. Following tradition.
“I’m half Hawaiian and the haka is a very sacred thing, something your family teaches you – …Continue Reading