The Evolution Of Jason Momoa From 2000 Until Now

Some people are just like wine, they get finer as they get older.  Jason Momoa is one of them and I know most of you agree with me. The 39-year-old actor and father of two is currently making headlines with his success in DC Universe, especially with the release of ‘Aquaman’ movie back in December. However, the Hawaiian-born actor started his career back in 1999 and is part of more than 25 TV and film projects and his good looks alone didn’t bring him to be the ruler of Atlantis. It’s his talent that did.

Want to go on a trip down the memory lane and see how the actor evolved all these years? Scroll down this article and you’ll see.



Once upon a time, Momoa didn’t have long locks and the long long black beard. He started his career in NYC as a model.

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Dreadlocks, linen shirt and those necklaces – more of a Bohemian style. In 2004, he was cast as the popular character “Ronon Dex” in the TV series ‘Stargate Atlantis.’

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The actor continued to keep his dreadlocks but added some jewelry to them.

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With his dreadlocks tied and his glasses on, he looked more of a studious guy.

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In 2011, Momoa played his warrior role in Conan the Barbarian. He also played the Dothraki king, Khal Drogo in HBO series Game of Thrones (2011-2012).

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Momoa cut his hair short and began to let facial hair grow.

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He was part of two episodes on the Comedy Central series “Drunk History”, where he played both early-20th century Olympic gold medalist Jim Thorpe and 19th-century pirate John Lafitte. In the same year, he also premiered his movie “Road to Paloma”.

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Momoa’s character Declan Harp starred in “Frontier” – a Canadian Netflix series.

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Momoa starred in Aquaman’s very successful standalone film that was released on December 21, in 2018.

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He’s doing just good, Isn’t he?!


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