Monica Raymund stars as Gabriella Dawson, the fast-thinking, fearless paramedic who, along with her partner, faces harrowing situations, in NBC's drama "Chicago Fire."
A graduate of The Juilliard School, she is the recipient of the John Houseman Award for her commitment and dedication. Immediately following her graduation, she went on to star opposite Tim Roth for three seasons on "Lie to Me." During this time, she also became a founding member of The Mechanical Theatre Group, has been on faculty and co-head of the Communications Department at The Heifetz Institute, served as faculty for The Broadway Theatre Project, currently serves on the faculty of the Performing Arts Project and is a board member for The Hollywood Arts Organization in Los Angeles.
Her credits include a supporting role in the feature "Arbitrage" opposite Richard Gere, a starring role in the Sundance Lab musical production of "Like Water for Chocolate," and a recurring role in "The Good Wife."
Raymund is married to writer and director Neil Patrick Stewart, and she resides in both Los Angeles and New York City.