Jason Momoa discusses everything from snakes to axe throwing during an appearance on Wednesday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
The 39-year-old teaches DeGeneres how to throw an axe in a bid to win money for Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii. Despite DeGeneres missing every time, the actor shows off his skills and bags $31,000 for the organization.
Momoa’s appearance also sees him talk about the time their pet snake, a bull python, went missing before they found him six months later in the house.
The star shares, “This snake actually got out, and we thought it was gone forever. On Christmas Eve six months later, the dogs are going off, I come upstairs naked and I turn around and there’s something on the floor.”
“There was a balloon that went down from my kid’s birthday… it [the snake] was in the house for six months. It was underneath the fridge, that’s the only place we didn’t look.”
The “Aquaman” favourite also explains why he shaved off his signature beard and discusses the new initiative he’s leading to move from plastic water bottles to recyclable aluminum.