'The Good Wife's' Monica Raymund Lands NBC Pilot 'Chicago Fire'

Just days after Monica Raymund’s character on CBS' The Good Wife, ASA Dana Lodge, bid farewell to the State’s Attorney’s office following a demotion, Raymund landed a role as a paramedic on the NBC pilot Chicago Fire, pretty much ensuring that a Dana / Kalinda hook-up will forever be a thing of lesbian fans’ dreams.
By: Tracy E. Gilchrist
February 23 2012 9:09 PM

Just days after Monica Raymund’s character on CBS' The Good Wife, ASA Dana Lodge, bid farewell to the State’s Attorney’s office following a demotion, Raymund landed a role as a paramedic on the NBC pilot Chicago Fire, pretty much ensuring that a Dana / Kalinda hook-up will forever be a thing of fans’ dreams.

Raymund, a Lie to Me alumna whose been stirring things up with in the State’s Attorney’s office on The Good Wife with her sexual alliance with Matt Czuchry’s Cary and with her endless flirting for information with Archie Panjabi’s smoking hot bisexual investigator Kalinda, will play Gabriella, a “fast-thinking fearless” paramedic on Wolf Films’ – as in Dick Wolf-- pilot about the Chicago Fire Department, Deadline reports.

A Julliard Grad, Raymund also has a killer pipes and a musical theater background. For those of you who’ve missed it before, here she is singing “I Like Girls” at a staged reading of the musical Volleygirls, in which she portrayed lesbian and captain of the volleyball team Marisol: 

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