• "Aquaman" star Jason Momoa has an estimated net worth of $14 million
  • The actor reportedly earns $600,000 per episode of his series "See," where he plays a blind warrior
  • Momoa got his start when he was cast in "Baywatch: Hawaii" in 1999

Jason Momoa, who is most known for his roles as Khal Drogo in “Game of Thrones” and Arthur Curry in the DC superhero film “Aquaman,” is getting a hefty paycheck for his TV series “See.”

The 42-year-old Hollywood star is earning around $600,000 per episode in the Apple TV+ series, which is currently on its second season, Variety reported. This means that he received a $4.8 million paycheck for “See” Season 1, which had eight episodes.

Momoa has played the role of Baba Voss, a blind warrior, in the sci-fi drama since it premiered in 2019.

Momoa got his start after he auditioned for “Baywatch: Hawaii” in 1999. He previously revealed that despite not having a resume, he still managed to nab the role of Jason Ioane, which he played until 2001.

“When I was in Hawaii I went to a casting call for Baywatch Hawaii - it was basically like a cattle call for 1,300 people. I got there, and seven hours later when I finally got to the front of the line, they said, ‘Oh, you’ve got to have a resume.’ I was like, ‘Oh yeah, well, I don’t have one.’ They were like, ‘Dude, have you ever acted?’ I was like ‘No,’” Momoa said during a 2018 interview with Square Mile.

However, what made Momoa a household name was his role as Khal Drogo, the chieftain of the Dothraki khalasar, in “Game of Thrones” in 2011. The actor did not make as much as leads like Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen, but he still got paid well for his brief time on the HBO fantasy series.

However, he told InStyle he was in debt and could not find acting jobs for a while after his character was killed off in the first season of the show.

Momoa now has an estimated net worth of $14 million, thanks to his projects and endorsement deals since appearing in “Game of Thrones,” according to Celebrity Net Worth.

In 2014, Momoa was cast as Aquaman in the DC Extended Universe. He made his debut as the superhero in the 2016 film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” alongside Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill and reprised the role in 2017's “Justice League.”

Momoa then starred in his character's 2018 standalone film “Aquaman,” which went on to rake in more than $1 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing DCEU film ever.

Momoa reportedly received a paycheck of $15 million for the first “Aquaman” film, according to Cosmopolitan. But he could get a pay raise for the sequel, which is set to premiere in 2022, and any future “Justice League” film.

Before “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” however, Momoa will return to the big screen via Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic “Dune,” where he plays swordmaster Duncan Idaho.

“See” Season 2 will premiere with one episode on Apple TV+ on Aug. 27, with new episodes following every Friday.

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Pictured: Jason Momoa poses during the "Justice League" photocall at The College in London on Nov. 4, 2017. Reuters/Peter Nicholls