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Aquaman is swimming to new waters.
Jason Momoa, who will continue to play the DC superhero in Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League and his stand-alone Aquaman movie, has moved from APA to WME.
The actor first rose to stardom with his role on HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones, and he also starred on TV series The Red Road. He will soon be seen in Netflix and Discovery Canada’s upcoming action-thriller series Frontier.
Earlier this year, Momoa made his debut as DC superhero Aquaman in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and he recently wrapped filming Justice League alongside Ben Affleck, Amy Adams and Gal Gadot. In 2017, he will begin shooting the character’s stand-alone film opposite Amber Heard and Willem Dafoe.
In 2014, Momoa wrote, directed and produced his first film, Road to Paloma, in which he also starred.
Momoa is repped by Bill Sobel at Edelstein Laird.
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