Monica Raymund of ‘Chicago Fire’ is ‘So Proud to be Bi and Excited About this Movement During Olympics’

by | February 11, 2014 at 3:31 PM | Chicago Fire, LGBT, The Good Wife

Monica Raymund on “Chicago Fire.” (NBC)

Monica Raymund, one of the stars of NBC’s drama “Chicago Fire,” tweeted about a Norwegian artist’s protest against Russia’s anti-LGBT policies the other day.

Then there was a follow-up tweet: So proud to be Bi and excited about this movement during Olympics.

When asked by a followers if this was her public coming out the actress tweeted:
‘Nope I didn’t just come out – you just late to the party. But I have drinks for all y’all. #BiAndProud#10YearsOut&Proud Cheers, Family!’

The 27-year-old actress has been married to writer Neil Patrick Stewart since 2011.

Prior to her role of paramedic Gabriela Dawson on Chicago Fire, she played Maria “Ria” Torres on “Lie to Me” and Dana Lodge on “The Good Wife.”


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