He's world famous for being Khal Drogo and Conan the Barbarian. Older fans may recognise him for his dreadlocked role of Ronon Dex in Stargate Atlantis. If you're female, you'll most certainly remember the time he played a hunky lifeguard in Baywatch Hawaii. On-screen, everyone knows Jason Momoa as a badass movie/TV star or the epitome of male physical perfection, and soon he'll be mingling with Hollywood heavyweights when his version of Aquaman goes head to head with Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Off-screen, Momoa has cultivated a reputation for being the coolest guy in the room. From crashing Comic-Con panels for everyone's amusement, talking to fans in Dothraki, and being more than willing to have a beer with anyone anytime, Momoa seems like a guy who loves life and lives it to the fullest. Whilst his nice-guy reputation is rightfully earned, there's still more to Momoa than what meets the eye. So before Jason Momoa graces movie screens worldwide as Aquaman, here are 10 facts that you probably didn't know about him.
My life story is nothing special. I haven't cured ebola, I'm nowhere near stopping terrorism, and I'm still working on that climate change problem.
Instead, all I've done so far is put a few hundred words together in an attempt to make people laugh.
You can follow me at @Fry_ying_pan but don't be offended if I don't tweet back. It's usually because I've spent too long trying to think up a witty response that the reply window has closed.