Jason Momoa
Stephane Feugere
United States

Pride of Gypsies


Fresh off his box office success in the DCEU as Aquaman, Momoa jumped into Apple TV Plus’ sci-fi series “See” in the lead role of mythic leader Baba Voss. Upon its November 2019 release, the show was quickly renewed for a second season, with Apple having resumed its shoot in October after shutting down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Momoa will star with Timothée Chalamet in the adaptation of Frank Herbert’s legendary 1965 sci-fi novel “Dune” from director Denis Villeneuve, playing sword-wielding warrior Duncan Idaho. Delayed to 2021 due to COVID-19, the film is the first in a planned two-part adaptation of the novel. Also on tap for Momoa is Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the 1989 American-Japanese animated film “Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland,” which he’s set to begin shooting in early 2021.


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  • Colorado State University (CO, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
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Jason Momoa Surprises 'Aquaman' Superfan With Video Call

Jason Momoa Surprises 'Aquaman' Superfan With Video Call

"Aquaman" star Jason Momoa became a real superhero on Wednesday when he surprised 7-year-old fan Danny Sheehan with a video call.Sheehan, who has a rare form of brain cancer, went viral earlier in the week for his reaction to receiving an "Aquaman" figurine as a gift. "Oh my gosh, my favorite one," the boy yells in the video. "Aquaman!"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hV345HFpKkAfter seeing the video, "Aquaman" actor Momoa facetimed Sheehan and posted their conversation on Instagram."So I just wanted to say thank you...


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