His character, Game Of Thrones' Khal Drogo was undeniably a man of few words, but when it comes to using the Dothraki language for the purposes of seduction, Jason Momoa actually really seems to know what he's doing.
Bumbling posh-boy actor Hugh Grant and borderline-ultrasonic geordie comedian Sarah Millican found this out first hand when they appeared alongside him as guests on the latest edition of the Graham Norton Show:
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Jason. now known for his role as Aquaman in Justice League, revisited his short-lived GoT days by channeling brick shithouse Dothraki warlord Drogo one last time, and bizarrely, using him to chat up Norton's other guests.
The Irish host asked Jason to use the Dothraki language to woo Sarah and Hugh, which he did, and although the are no subtitles and the pair presumably had absolutely no idea what he was on about, whatever he said seemed to work.
Well, on Millican, at least.
Once Sarah was sufficiently wooed, Hugh held his hands out to Jason, ready for his turn. However, Jason wasn't too keen, waving his finger in disapproval, instead bellowing his gibberish in the Paddington 2 actor's face.
Host Norton chimed in at this point, saying: "Ooh! He's got so much more to say to men!"
They all laughed.
Despite all the televised Dothraki flirtation, the GoT star is actually married with two children.
Elsewhere, on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Momoa spoke about his relationship and the fact that he fell in love with wife, Lisa Bonet, when he was just eight-years-old after seeing her on The Cosby Show.
Jason, 38, and Lisa, 49, who have been together since 2005, tied the knot in front of their children at their home in Topanga, Los Angeles.
Showing his wedding ring to James, he laughed: "Finally man. Ever since I was like, eight years old and I saw her on the TV, I was like, 'Mommy, I want that one'.
"I'm like, 'I'm going to stalk you for the rest of my life and I'm going to get you.' I'm a full-fledged stalker," he joked.
"I didn't tell her that until we had two babies, otherwise, I'd be creepy and weird.
"But yeah, [I'd] just always wanted to meet her. She was a queen, always."
Then, finally, the couple met at long last in a NYC jazz club.
"We just happened to be in the right place at the right time,' he said. "I actually had dreaded my hair for her. I had dreadlocks, she had dreadlocks.
"I literally turned around and I see her and she goes, 'I'm Lisa'. I turned around to my friend and I..I had f****** fireworks going off inside, man."
You can catch Jason in Justice League in cinemas from 13 November.
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