I asked the following question on Stackexchange,

but it got no answer, so I ask it here.

Is there an example of the following situation : $F$ is a field, $G$ is a finite group, $\rho$ is an irreducible $F$-representation of $G$ (with finite degree) and the character of this representation takes the zero value at every element of $G$ ? If I'm not wrong, $F$ cannot be algebraically closed (Robinson, A Course in the Theory of Groups, 8.1.9, p. 220) and must have a nonzero characteristic $p$ such that the degree of the representation is divisible by $p$ and such that $G$ is not a $p$-group (Robinson, exerc. 8.1.5, p. 222). But that doesn't solve the problem. Thanks in advance for the answers.