10 Places You've Seen Jason Momoa Aside From Game of Thrones
It's easy to get distracted by Jason Momoa's sexy workout videos and sweet family moments, but don't forget that between all of his hilarious interviews and outdoor adventures, he finds the time to act in a lot of cool projects. Sure, we fell in love with him as Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones and can't wait to see him bring Aquaman to the big screen, but Momoa has a huge breadth of other work under his belt . . . some of which you can stream on Netflix.
If you're looking for inspiration for your weekend binge-watching session, or simply want to enjoy a blast from Jason's past, check out these 10 other projects that you might remember seeing him in. If that's not enough for you, then try simply basking in his hotness for a while.
During his 44-episode run on Baywatch, a young Momoa played Jason Ioane, a sexy lifeguard struggling to get in touch with his Hawaiian heritage. This role isn't far off the mark from his real life!
Conan the Barbarian
Step aside, Arnold! Jason Momoa revived the role of Conan in 2011, wielding swords and vanquishing enemies . . . all conveniently without a shirt. (We're not complaining.)
Momoa hilariously reenacted two different historical figures in the Comedy Central show: Olympic gold-medalist Jim Thorpe in 2014, and French-American pirate Jean Lafitte in 2015. Our favorite drunken quote from the inebriated narrator: "I'm gonna be your motherf*cker."
Bullet to the Head
If you've ever wanted to watch Sylvester Stallone and Jason Momoa duke it out, 2012's Bullet to the Head is the movie for you. Momoa plays Keegan, a mercenary in New Orleans, and there are plenty of fight scenes to keep you entertained.
Momoa portrayed Ronon Dex on Stargate: Atlantis from 2005 to 2009, winning hearts as a widowed Satedan with a troubled past. Honestly, even if you're not into sci-fi, this is worth watching purely to appreciate his formerly glorious mane of dreadlocks.
This show about the drama-prone staff at a Hawaiian resort features Momoa as Frankie Seau, a loyal friend and nightclub manager.
A married woman falls hard for passionate islander Kala (Momoa) in this made-for-TV movie about love, family, and infidelity.
Road to Paloma
Momoa wrote, directed, and starred in this film, which follows a Native American biker on the run after avenging his mother's wrongful death. It's got a sort of Sons of Anarchy vibe, and also stars Momoa's wife, Lisa Bonet.
The Red Road
Momoa plays Native American tribe member Phillip Kopus, who clashes with a local police officer, in this drama that's available to stream on Netflix.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
Momoa appears very briefly as Aquaman in Batman v. Superman, setting up his role for Justice League in 2017 and a solo Aquaman film in 2018.