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Jason Momoa becomes P.E teacher at home

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Jason Momoa is the cool and hunk of a guy that we all are in love with. After playing the famous role of Khal Drogo, he went to make movies out there. Well, he needs no introduction if you don’t know him already. He is the Aquaman that you see in the DC movies.

Jason Momoa, the best dad ever

The actor joined Ellen DeGeneres on the show’s home edition. They casually talked about quarantining with kids. Jason Momoa, who is married to Lisa Bonet, has two kids. His daughter Lola is 12-years-old and son Nakoa-Wolf is 11-years-old. Due to his busy schedule for shooting movies and series and working out like crazy, he doesn’t get as much time with his family as he’d like. So, this quarantine gave him exactly what he was looking for. Given his good portfolio, he is currently acting as a physical education teacher for his two kids.  

There are videos out there of Jason Momoa with his kids teaching them rock climbing and roller skating. His young kids seem to enjoy the two as much as him. Other than that, he told Ellen DeGeneres that he has gotten a little lazy because of all the free time. Because of this, he has put on a little weight as well. Now, he has started laying off of overeating and does cycling to burn all the extra calories. But Jason Momoa made a confession in the interview with Ellen DeGeneres as well. He doesn’t like working out that much. As shocking as it sounds, it turns out he is a human after all. Actors have to put up with a lot of training to stay in shape for their movies. We totally understand where he is coming from.

Watch Jason Momoa and Ellen DeGeneres talking about life in quarantine here.

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