'Crossing Lines': Richard Flood can shoot right or left-handed

It's a beautiful June day in Richmond, Va., and Dublin-born actor Richard Flood is hard at work, playing Kenneth O'Donnell, boyhood friend of President John F. Kennedy (Rob Lowe) in National Geographic Channel's "Killing Kennedy," airing in November.But American audiences haven't had to wait that long to get a look at the dark-haired, blue-eyed Flood, since he's one of the ensemble cast of the NBC's "Crossing Lines" starring Donald Sutherland.Flood plays Tommy McConnel in the Sunday drama about an elite international team of crime fighters going after transnational bad guys."He's Northern Irish," Flood tells Zap2it during a break in filming on the grounds of the Virginia governor's mansion, "but his background is he's a Traveler. The nature of their lives is they travel all over."He's interesting because he's a bare-knuckle boxer. He's run into a lot of trouble and ended up being coaxed to join the police. But his own background -- his family are...



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