Sarah Bolger and her younger sister Emma were propelled into the international spotlight when they appeared in Jim Sheridan's 2002 film "In America". Here is what the actress looks like now.
Dublin-born Sarah Bolger had her first real taste of fame as young Christy in Sheridan's depiction of a young Irish family who have immigrated to Hell's Kitchen in New York.
The award winning film (for which she received a Spirit Award nomination herself) was the first of many notable roles for Bolger.
TV fans may recognize her as Princess Mary Tudor in "The Tudors", or for her parts in "Stormbreaker", "The Spiderwick Chronicles", "Once Upon a Time", "Emilie", or "Into the Badlands".
Her most recent project, "A Good Woman Is Hard to Find", is stated for release later this year.
Bolger, who lives in Los Angeles, was in attendance at the star-studded Oscar Wilde Awards.
The annual event brings together not only Irish luminaries in the entertainment business, but esteemed directors, agents, and many industry heavyweights.
For the night, Bolger paid homage to her roots in an embellished jump suit by Kerry born designer Don O'Neill (pictured below).
O'Neill's, whose label THEIA Couture is a firm celebrity favorite, was also in attendance on the night with his husband Paschal Guillermie.
As for what's up next for the 27-year-old?
Bolger is preparing to shoot a "Sons of Anarchy" spin-off titled "Mayan MC". The major project will see the starlet head to Mexico for filming for the better part of 2018.
Watch this space!