Jason Momoa’s star has been on the rise in recent years.
Long before he swept us away as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones, Momoa was appearing in roles across the television and film world. His role in the popular HBO series certainly didn’t launch his career, but it did make him a household name.
In the years since he left the Great Grass Sea behind, Momoa has starred in a number of heavy-hitting blockbusters. His starring role in Aquaman may be one of his most recognizable to date, but it’s just one entry on a laundry list of projects. Momoa has starred in a handful of other movies in the last decade, from animated films like The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part to more serious films like Sugar Mountain and Dune.
Jason Momoa’s net worth
Momoa’s success in the film and television world isn’t slowing down. His upcoming schedule is relatively crowded as Momoa plunges into a host of new projects. In the next few years alone, he’ll be appearing in a Just Cause adaptation, two separate Fast & Furious releases, and the next Aquaman movie, to name a few.
Momoa’s been acting since 2004, but he didn’t start raking in real cash until around 2011, when his adaptation of Conan came out. In the years since, however, he’s signed on to several massive projects, elevating his income immensely.
The 42-year-old actor has a net worth of around $10 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He’s built up wealth over years of success in film and television as well as through work as a model. He’s also been part of several brand endorsements, appearing in a 2020 ad for Rocket Mortgage and, in the same year, throwing his support behind Ozzy Osbourne’s Ordinary Man.