'I live on the road': Jason Momoa reveals he does not have a home after divorce from Lisa Bonet

'I live on the road': Jason Momoa reveals he does not have a home after divorce from Lisa Bonet
Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet parted ways after 15 long years of togetherness (Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Actor Jason Momoa has disclosed that he does not currently have a permanent residence following his divorce from his ex-wife Lisa Bonet.

In an Entertainment Tonight interview, the 'Aquaman' star revealed to Kevin Frazier that he currently does not own a home and he seems to prefer it that way, particularly now that he's having so much success in his career.

Momoa and Bonet announced their separation in January 2022 and went their own ways after a long 15 years of togetherness. The actress stated "irreconcilable differences" in the court documents, however, the precise reasons are unknown.

They share two daughters – Lola, 16, and Nakoa-Wolf, 15. The former couple will share equal responsibility for the upbringing, education, and health of their children as well as joint legal custody.

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 24: (L-R) Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa attend the 91st Annual Academy
(L-R) Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa announced their split in January 2022 (Getty Images)

Jason Momoa doesn't 'even have a home right now'

The 'Aquaman' star revealed his nomad lifestyle and explained his focus on the docuseries 'On the Roam,' premiering on Max on January 18, where he explores his interactions with musicians, artists, and sports while traveling around the United States.

The documentary series follows Momoa around the nation as he encounters artisans creating works of art on bicycles, choppers, instruments, and a host of other antique vehicles.

The good news for Momoa, who doesn't have a place to preserve these collectibles, is that they will then be put up for auction.

Momoa, 44, admitted to Frazier, "I don't even have a home right now. I live on the road. So, I'm down to New Zealand to start Minecraft. I hope everyone loves it."

Momoa said he enjoyed losing himself in new environments and frequently caught the locals of small towns off guard. He remarked, "I’m always in these weird places," and that his followers are taken aback when they see him showing up in small villages.

"You're gonna find me on the road. It happens all the time. They're like, 'What the hell are you doing in our hometown?'" Momoa added.

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The actor talked about how his new documentary, 'On The Roam,' will feature his love of using his talent of filmmaking to connect with regular people.

Momoa continued, "I love the idea of just being with everyday people and doing my craft, which is filming, and then showing them. And so, I think through doing that for so long, I got to be curious about it."

"These are the things I really want to do, and hopefully by doing that and creating something and passing it on to charity," he continued. "I'm like, 'Wow, this feels good.' I'm doing what I want to do."

In the course of the series, Momoa will meet famous photographer Todd Hido, who serves as one of his main creative inspirations, and the artisans who construct the intricate details for the characters he plays. He will also go on an adventure to rebuild a 1920s Rolls-Royce Phantom.


Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa's divorce

Momoa is steadfast in his commitment to his nomadic lifestyle even after he and Bonet finalized their divorce and resolved their rights to marital residence and other assets.

According to documents obtained by Page Six, the divorce settlement between the 'Dune' actor and the 'Cosby Show' alum concerned their two daughters, Lola and Nakoa-Wolf, with Bonet requesting joint physical and legal custody.

The divorce status of the ex-couple was described as "uncontested," indicating that neither party plans to litigate in court.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 21: Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet attend the World Premiere Of Apple
Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet's divorce status was described as 'uncontested' (Getty Images)

Momoa and Bonet announced their legal split in January 2022 via a joint Instagram statement. They had been separated for two years before filing for divorce, and they expressed a desire for honor and integrity in their own journeys.

The now former couple began dating in 2005 and were married in a surprise ceremony in October 2017. Bonet was previously married from 1987 to 1993 to Lenny Kravitz, with whom she has a daughter named Zoë Kravitz.

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