Jason Momoa confiesa que tuvo fuertes problemas económicos después de Game of Thrones

La estrella de "Aquaman" dice que "no podía conseguir trabajo" en ese momento de su carrera.

Clémence Michallon
martes 10 noviembre 2020 22:18
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Jason Momoa dice que tuvo problemas para encontrar trabajo después de protagonizar una temporada de Game of Thrones, hasta el punto de que su familia estaba "hambrienta" y "endeudada".

El actor, ahora estrella del universo DC, en el que interpreta a Aquaman, le dijo a InStyle en una nueva entrevista que hubo un momento en el que luchó por encontrar trabajo, con considerables repercusiones económicas.

Momoa interpretó a Khal Drogo durante la primera temporada de Game of Thrones, que se emitió en 2011.

Drogo fue asesinado en el final de la primera temporada, después de lo cual, según Momoa, pasó por un período difícil, profesionalmente hablando.

"Quiero decir, nos moríamos de hambre después de Game of Thrones", le dijo a la revista sobre él y su familia. “No pude conseguir trabajo. Es muy desafiante cuando tienes bebés y estás completamente endeudado".

Momoa está casado con la actriz Lisa Bonet. La pareja tiene dos hijos, nacidos respectivamente en 2007 y 2008.

La filmografía del actor se reanudó en 2016, cuando interpretó por primera vez a Aquaman en Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice .

Desde entonces, ha vuelto a interpretar el papel en la Liga de la Justicia de 2017 y el Aquaman de 2018.

Momoa interpreta a Duncan Idaho en Denis Villeneuve's Dune , cuyo estreno está previsto para el 1 de octubre de 2021.

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