Jason Momoa has shared that he embraces a nomadic lifestyle following his divorce from Lisa Bonet.
In a recent interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” as reported by Page Six, the “Aquaman” star revealed, “I don’t even have a home right now. I live on the road.” The shift in his living situation aligns with his current work on the docuseries “On the Roam,” which chronicles his experiences with various artisans, musicians, and athletes across the United States.
Momoa’s journey involves travelling to unique locations, often leaving locals surprised and starstruck. He commented on the frequent reactions he receives, “It happens all the time. They’re like, ‘What the hell are you doing in our hometown?’” His enthusiasm for exploring everyday life and capturing these moments on film is a central theme of his travels. The actor looks forward to continuing this adventure, with the new project set to premiere on Max on January 18.
Personal and Professional Transitions
Professionally, Momoa, 44, is preparing for his next role in “Minecraft,” which will be filmed in New Zealand.
The announcement comes shortly after he and Bonet finalized their divorce. Court documents reveal that the couple, who had been separated for two years, reached an agreement regarding their marital rights and shared property. They have agreed on joint physical and legal custody of their two children, Lola, 16, and Nakoa-Wolf, 15. Their divorce, described as “uncontested,” indicates a mutual decision not to engage in legal disputes.
The couple, who began dating in 2005 and married in a private ceremony in 2017, announced their separation in January 2022 through a joint Instagram statement, emphasizing their desire to proceed with dignity and honesty. Bonet was previously married to Lenny Kravitz, with whom she shares a daughter, Zoë Kravitz. Recently, Momoa was seen with Eiza González in Malibu, sparking rumours of a new romantic link.