Jason Momoa Says he’s not ‘Very smart’ or known for his ‘acting’
03 November 2019 | 1:02 pm
In a recent interview with ‘Esquire,’ Momoa opened up about how he isn’t too impressed with his own on-screen work. . In his opinion, he is not known for his “acting" but rather his “action.” . I’m not known for my acting … I’m known for action. I don’t say a lot of things or use big sentences … I’m not ‘very smart.’, Jason Momoa, via ‘Esquire’.
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