Actor Jean Dujardin has been hit with a temporary road ban after he was convicted of driving under the influence (DUI). The Oscar winner was pulled over during a routine traffic stop last year (12) after leaving a club during a vacation in Corsica. He subsequently failed a Breathalyzer test - his blood alcohol content was more than twice the country's legal limit, according to reports. And now The Artist star has been found guilty of one count of DUI and ordered to pay a fine of several hundred euros, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Dujardin's driving license has also been suspended for three months, though his lawyers plan to appeal the ruling during a hearing later this year (13). The actor is currently filming The Monuments Men in London with George Clooney and Matt Damon.