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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet are officially divorced

LOS ANGELES — Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet are officially divorced.

The divorce of the two actors, who had been living apart for years, was granted by a judge in Los Angeles County and took effect on Tuesday.

Bonet and Momoa were married for more than seven years and were a couple for 12 years before getting married.

Bonet, whose real name is Lilakoi Moon, filed for divorce in January. The couple’s separation date was listed in the documents as October 7, 2020, more than three years earlier. They had already made their separation public in 2002.

The divorce was completed as quickly as legally possible and without any dispute. Neither of them will receive any financial support, they have agreed on the division of their assets and will have joint custody of their 16-year-old daughter and 15-year-old son.

Momoa, 44, is best known for his roles in the “Aquaman” films and in “Game of Thrones.” Bonet, 56, was the star of “The Cosby Show,” its spin-off “A Different World,” and the films “High Fidelity” and “Enemy of the State.”

It was the first marriage for Momoa, who announced on social media that he was dating “Hit Man” and “Father of the Bride” actor Adria Arjona.

It was Bonet’s second marriage; she was previously married to rocker Lenny Kravitz and has another daughter with him, actress Zoë Kravitz.