• Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa is the son of famous American actor Jason Momoa and actress Lisa Bonet.
• Nakoa-Wolf has an older sister, Lola Momoa, and a half-sister, Zoe Kravitz.
• He is currently attending high school and is interested in singing, playing the guitar, and acting.
• Jason Momoa is an American actor known for his starring role in the 2018 film "Aquaman" and for his writing and directing debut in 2014.
• Lisa Bonet is an American actress known for portraying Denise Huxtable in the romantic comedy series "The Cosby Show".

Who is Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa?

Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 15 December 2008 – his zodiac sign is Sagittarius and he holds American nationality. He is perhaps only known for being the son of famous American actor Jason Momoa.

Early life and education

Nakoa-Wolf was raised alongside his older sister Lola Momoa by their father and their mother Lisa Bonet, a famous American actress and activist.  Nakoa-Wolf has a half-sister, Zoe Kravitz from his mother’s previous marriage to American singer-songwriter and actor Lenny Kravitz.

Nakoa is currently attending a local high school, and is interested in various things including singing, playing the guitar and acting.

His father promised not to push him in any way, but to let him decided for himself what he wants to do when he grows up. However, after Nakoa-Wolf kept his father company during some of his film shootings, he’s decided that he also wants to become an actor. Nakoa is physically active, and enjoys playing football.He doesn’t appear to be interested in obtaining a college degree, although he still has a lot of time to think about it.

Age, height and net worth

Nakoa-Wolf’s age is 12. He has long curly brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 4ft 10ins (1.47m) and he weighs around 90lbs (41kgs). As of January 2021, his father’s net worth has been estimated at over $14 million, while his mother’s net worth is reputedly over $14 million as well.

Who is Jason Momoa?

Jason Momoa was born in Honolulu, Hawaii USA, on 1 August 1979 – his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He is perhaps known best for his starring role in the 2018 action adventure fantasy film “Aquaman”, written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, Will Beall and five more people, directed by James Wan, and which also starred Amber Heard and Willem Defoe. It follows Arthur Curry who is the heir to the throne of Atlantis, the underwater kingdom, and has to stop a war between the land and the ocean. It won two awards and was nominated for 39 others.

Jason was raised an only child by his father Joseph Momoa who was a painter, and his mother Coni Lemke who was a photographer.

Jason Momoa

After his parents split, he moved to Norwalk in Iowa with his mother, and spent his entire childhood there. He was physically quite active while attending a local high school, as he played various sports including football and basketball, and upon matriculating in 1997, Jason chose not to pursue a college degree, but to find work and earn money for himself.

In 1998 he was noticed by a modeling scout who advised him to take on a modelling career, and in 1999 Jason was invited to appear in the action series “Baywatch”, playing a recurring support character for the following three years. In 2004, he was invited to play a supporting character in the primetime soap opera “North Shore”, while he also appeared in the comedy movie “Johnson Family Vacation”, and the adventure science fiction series “Stargate Atlantis” from 2005 to 2009. 2009 also saw him portray Roman in the comedy series “The Game”, and in 2011 Jason played the lead character in the sword and sorcery movie “Conan the Barbarian”.

He went on to portray Khal Drogo in the fantasy drama series “Game of Thrones”, and is perhaps known best for having performed the Haka in the series.

He made his writing and directing debut in 2014, when he worked on the thriller film “Road to Paloma” which received mixed reviews. A few of Jason’s following roles were in the 2014 thriller film “Sugar Mountain”, the 2016 superhero movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” – his first appearance as Aquaman – and the 2017 superhero film “Justice League”. Jason also voiced Aquaman in the computer-animated adventure comedy movie “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”.

Jason’s most recent role has been in eight 2019 episodes of the action science fiction series “See”, while he has recently finished shooting for the upcoming movies “Dune” and “The Last Manhunt”, and is currently shooting for five more movies, including “Frosty the Snowman” and “Cliffhanger”, and has recently been cast to portray Aquaman in the sequel “Aquaman 2”.

Jason is interested in martial arts, and has been practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu for around four years now.

He likes to listen to heavy metal music with one of his favorite bands being Archspire.

He has a large scar on his face which he got on 15 November 2008 when struck by a broken beer glass at the Birds Café. Jason had to undergo reconstructive surgery, receiving 140 stitches while his attacker was sentenced to spend five years in jail.

Who is Lisa Bonet?

Lisa Michelle Bonet was born in San Francisco, California USA, on 16 November 1967 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she holds American nationality. She might be still known best for her portrayal of Denise Huxtable in 120 episodes of the romantic comedy series “The Cosby Show” created by Michael Leeson, and which starred Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad and Keshia Knight Pulliam. It follows a wealthy African-American family, and the series won 55 awards including three Golden Globes while it was nominated for 58 other awards.

Lisa was raised in San Francisco by her father Allen who was an opera singer, and her mother Arlene Joyce Litman who was a music teacher.

She doesn’t have siblings, but has seven half-siblings from Allen’s marriage to Deborah Church.

Lisa attended Birmingham High School and then went on to practice acting at the North Hollywood’s Celluloid Actor’s Studio.

She launched her acting career in 1983, when she appeared in a single episode of the series “St. Elsewhere” and the short film “Sound of Sunshine – Sound of Rain”. She gained recognition in 1987 when cast to play a supporting character in the comedy series “A Different World”, which went on to air until 1993, however, Lisa left after she became pregnant with her first child. The year 1998 saw her appear in the critically acclaimed action thriller movie “Enemy of the State” which starred Will Smith and Gene Hackman, and the year 2000 saw her in the romantic comedy movie “High Fidelity”.

She starred in the 2005 movie “Whitepaddy”, and then took a nine-year break from appearing in movies before her role in the film “Road to Paloma”.

A few of Lisa’s most recent roles have been in the 2016 episode “Love Stories” of the comedy series “Girls”, seven 2016 episodes of the crime series “Ray Donovan”, and in the 2017 short film “Jellywolf”.

Lisa gave birth to her and Lenny Kravitz’s daughter on 1 December 1988. She divorced Lenny in 1993 and then two years later changed her name to Lilakoi Moon.

Somewhat controversially, in 1990 while guest starring in an episode of the talk-show “The Phil Donahue Show”, Lisa stated that she believed vaccines put alien microorganisms in one’s blood, and how these could cause various diseases and conditions including cancer, multiple sclerosis and leukemia.


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