November 29, 2020
In the December issue of Men's Health, actor Jason Momoa discussed the moment he first met his wife, Lisa Bonet, who is also a great actress.
Momoa, who has been a big fan of Lisa Bonet for a very long time, admitted that he was a "mess" when he first met the actress. He was 26 years old at the time, and the latter was 38.
"Especially when you meet someone you're completely infatuated with and then find out she's amazing, intelligent, and funny and she's a goddess and you're a degenerate," the actor explained.
When asked if has any guidance for the normal individual attempting to sort out some way to date somebody out of their league, Momoa said, "Give up! Don't do it!"
Like other celebrity parents, Momoa had plenty of time to spend with his wife and two children, daughter Lola and son Nakoa-Wolf, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. During the quarantine, one thing the actor is trying out is taking on some of Bonet's hobbies, like yoga.
Momoa plays tough guys and action heroes. However, the actor confessed to being a big softie at heart, as reported by Entertainment Tonight. He said that he would love to take parts outside of his box in his future roles.
According to Insider, Momoa first met Bonet at a jazz club in 2005 through some mutual friends. In an interview, the actor shared that they were in the right place at the right time.
Momoa and Bonet soon became lovers. In July 2007, the loved-up couple welcomed their first child together, daughter Lola. Barely a year after Lola was born, Bonet gave birth to their son Nakoa-Wolf.
Fatherhood made him a better person, he explained.
Momoa and Bonet took their love to the big screen in 2014 when they both starred in the hit drama thriller film, "Road to Paloma." The movie was Momoa's directorial debut.
Three years later, Momoa shared in an interview that he began loving and taking care of himself more when he became a father. Fatherhood made him a better person, he explained.
In the fall of 2017, Momoa and Bonet exchanged their wedding vows. The couple had hoped to keep their wedding private, but specific details were leaked online.
Momoa's first-ever role came when he was picked to star as Jason Ioane on "Baywatch." He later starred on several shows, including "Stargate: Atlantis" and "North Shore," according to Insider.
Momoa earned worldwide attention for his role as Khal Drogo on HBO's "Game of Thrones." Although his character was killed off during the first season, the actor briefly returned for season two.
Momoa then joined the DC Extended Universe, starring as Aquaman/Arthur Curry. He reprised his role for a standalone "Aquaman" film, which was released in 2018.