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Jason Momoa is well known for being one of the most infectious sources of energy in the celebrity sphere, but he's truly made a few children's wishes come true today.

The 39-year-old Aquaman star, who was launched to fame after starring as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones, shared a series of adorable photos from his first Make A Wish Foundation volunteering experience.

He spent time with some of his youngest fans, many of whom are terminally ill. The actor was clearly overcome with emotion about spending time with such inspiring youngsters.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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He captioned the sweet photo; “My first 'Make A Wish'. I will do this for life. Such an amazing day with Eva Eros and Kalice and all the ohana.”

Momoa added, “Mahalo Warner Bros for setting up an amazing tour for these beautiful children.” The actor is known for using Hawaiian phrases on his social media posts.

The superhero gave the kids an inside look at Warner Bros Studios, where a few costumes for its biggest franchise are held.

The Batman costume and Batmobile, as well as the Aquaman throne and his costume from the 2018 film live at the studio, among others.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Momoa adores children, and shares two kids with his wife Lisa Bonet; 12-year-old daughter Lola and 10-year-old son Nakoa-Wolf. 

Momoa and Bonet treated their daughter and her friends to a screening of Disney's live-action The Lion King movie.

“Happy Birthday my love. I’m so thankful to be home with my family," he wrote as an Instagram caption, thanking Disney for giving Lola the treat.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Momoa admitted that he had been so moved by the Disney film that he cried “numerous” times.

The Lion King was amazing congrats to everyone who made this film. It was epic.” he wrote, adding, “Thanks for making me cry numerous of times in front of a bunch of children.”

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You may have heard a thing or two about Jason Momoa, the Aquaman star who got his big break after playing the terrifying Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones.

He's infamous for the role, in which he portrays the chieftain of the Dothraki tribe and the husband of the Mother of Dragons, played by Emilia Clarke.

However, the language barrier meant that Momoa had very few lines, and most of his actions were pretty violent, so he wasn't exactly likeable.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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I mean, the guy is SCARY. 

Momoa visited the Graham Norton show this week to promote his character in the DC universe, Aquaman, and his struggle following his turn in Game of Thrones.

His character was killed off in 2011, and the actor admits that his career took a slight dive after his role ended; "I didn't get much work after that," Momoa says.

Describing the reaction of those who meet him in person, he said;

"I mean, what do you do with that – his character doesn't speak English, he's not funny and he just hurts people. I played that character well so it was a bit challenging afterwards. People would literally say, 'Wow, you speak English!'"

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Momoa reprised his starring role in Game of Thrones for a GAS Saturday Night Live sketch, though his time on the fantasy show is over.

The actor told Digital Spy a while back that he's not featured in any scenes for the final season of the HBO phenomenon, saying: "Yeah… he's not coming back. Nine years now, let him go."

Watch the full interview with Jason Momoa on The Graham Norton show tomorrow, Aquaman is out now in the UK.

If you need us, we'll be rewatching the full SNL sketch multiple times…

KHAL DROGO FOREVER.

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