How many Oscar nominees turned up to your drama class when you were a teenager? Nope, we had none either.

Lucky Transition Year students (probably) got the shock of their lives turning up to class with week, seeing as Hollywood star Michael Fassbender was their teacher for the day. The actor returned to his old Killarney secondary school to teach a once-in-a-lifetime drama workshop.

St Brendan's College in Killarney, known locally as "The Sem", tweeted their thanks to the 'Steve Jobs' and '12 Years A Slave' star (both of which he has received an Oscar nomination for).

The tweet reads: "Transition year students today received a drama workshop from past pupil and Oscar nominee Michael Fassbender. Students greatly enjoyed the workshop."

Michael Fassbender was back in his hometown of Killarney to help the students recreate various scenes - you never know, one of the young lads in the photos could be the next big Irish Hollywood star. Watch this space.

It seems we aren't the only ones wishing we could have got in on this drama workshop action, with Twitter users commenting, "Wow I wish I was there", while another said, "How the girls in Killarney let this one get away is beyond me... He's gorgeous".

Fassbender's most recent appearance on our screens came in the form of Magneto in the 'X-Men' prequel series. 'Dark Phoenix' was his final time playing the Marvel character.

He currently has two movies that are due out in the next year; 'Kung Fury 2', which is a comedy-action film with David Hasselhoff and Arnold Schwarzenegger; and 'Next Goal Wins' directed by Taika Waititi and also starring Elisabeth Moss.