Following his divorce from Lisa Bonet, Jason Momoa has disclosed that he’s currently leading a nomadic lifestyle, devoid of a permanent home.
In an interview with “Entertainment Tonight” on Wednesday, the “Aquaman” star revealed, “I don’t even have a home right now; I live on the road.” Momoa attributed his transient lifestyle to his involvement in the docuseries “On the Roam,” where he explores encounters with artisans, musicians, and athletes during his travels across the United States.
“I’m always in these weird places,” Momoa shared, noting that fans are often surprised to see him in their small towns. “It happens all the time. They’re like, ‘What the hell are you doing in our hometown?’”
The actor expressed his love for the idea of connecting with everyday people and showcasing his craft of filming. This curiosity about diverse places has been fueled by his extensive experience working on the docuseries.
The upcoming project, titled “On the Roam,” is set to premiere on Max on January 18. Momoa, 44, also disclosed that his nomadic lifestyle will persist as he heads to New Zealand for the filming of “Minecraft.”
In the midst of his transient existence, Momoa recently finalized his divorce with Bonet, settling the legal matters promptly after she filed the necessary papers. Documents obtained by Page Six confirmed that the “Dune” actor and the “Cosby Show” alum, 56, have come to an agreement regarding their marital rights and shared property.
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