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Jason Momoa

2 Dec 2019
Jason Momoa is "stoked" to have beat out the competition - including movie star brothers Liam and Chris Hemsworth - to be named GQ Australia's Man of the Year.
3 Nov 2019
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’.
26 Dec 2018
Jason Momoa, Nicole Kidman, Amber Heard play "Name That Fish" at the 'Aquaman' World Premiere in Hollywood with Variety's Marc Malkin.


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