Barry Keoghan Net Worth

How much is Barry Keoghan worth?

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth:October 18, 1992 (30 years old)
Barry Keoghan Net Worth:
$4 Million

Barry Keoghan is an Irish actor who has a net worth of $4 million. Barry Keoghan is best known for his performances in such films as “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” “Dunkirk,” “Calm with Horses,” “The Green Knight,” and “Eternals.” On television, he has appeared in the series “Fair City,” “Love/Hate,” “Rebellion,” and “Chernobyl,” among other titles. Keoghan’s additional credits have included the films “Mammal” and “American Animals” and the miniseries “Masters of the Air.”

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After answering a casting call he spotted in a local store window, Keoghan made his feature film debut with a small part in the 2011 Irish crime film “Between the Canals.” The next year, he had a bigger part in the psychological thriller “Stalker,” playing a bullied young boy named Tommy. Keoghan also appeared in the revenge drama “King of the Travellers.” In 2013, he had a bit part in the comedy “Life’s a Breeze,” and a more substantial supporting role in the drama “Stay,” starring Aidan Quinn, Taylor Schilling, and Michael Ironside. Keoghan subsequently appeared in the British historical action thriller “’71,” starring Jack O’Connell. He followed this with a series of roles in smaller films, including “Standby,” “Norfolk,” and “Traders.” In 2016, Keoghan was in the drama “Mammal,” costarring Rachel Griffiths and Michael McElhatton, as well as the crime drama “Trespass Against Us,” with Michael Fassbender, Brendan Gleeson, and Lyndsey Marshal, among other actors.

Inspirational Quotes by Barry Keoghan

In any inner city, there's not a lot of opportunities, and you really have to dig out and chase what you want to do, 'cos it's not handed to you, so.

Barry Keoghan

I look like a kid onscreen in most movies.

Barry Keoghan

I've been lucky to be educated by watching the old and the great movies, working with good filmmakers, and being educated on sets.

Barry Keoghan

I think I would've found myself in the arts somewhere along the lines. If you're creative, you find something, eventually.

Barry Keoghan

All I would say is it doesn't matter where you come from. Like, Jim Sheridan comes from the inner city, and he's one of the top ones, a top lad.

Barry Keoghan