The Dublin native is barred from driving for two years

Irish actor Barry Keoghan has been fined and barred from driving following charges from a November 2017 traffic stop in Co Kerry.

Keoghan did not attend Tuesday’s hearing in Killarney District Court, nor did he have legal representation present. The Dublin actor is currently working in the U.S.

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In court, Detective Garda Stephen Hourigan said he pulled Keoghan over in the Fossa area of Killarney in Co Kerry on November 30, 2017.

"He admitted on the day he had no insurance to drive the vehicle," Detective Garda Hourigan said.

Keoghan reportedly spends a lot of time in Co Kerry as his girlfriend, Shona Guerin, is from there.

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Justice David Waters handed down a €250 fine and barred Keoghan from driving for two years.

Keoghan shot to fame following a small role in the RTÉ crime drama Love/Hate. He is now a critically acclaimed actor with film credits including Dunkirk, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, and the upcoming Black 47.

The Dublin actor has shared the screen with some of Hollywood’s biggest names, including Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, and Cillian Murphy.

Dunkirk's Irish costars Barry Keoghan and Cillian Murphy