Chicago Fire cast

Jesse Spencer

Jesse Spencer

as Lt. Matthew Casey

An Australia native, Spencer made his American television debut on the critically acclaimed series House, playing Dr. Robert Chase opposite Hugh Laurie for the show's eight seasons until the series ended in 2012.

Spencer's film credits include a starring role in Uptown Girls with Brittany Murphy, the biopic Swimming Upstream with Geoffrey Rush and Judy Davis, as well as Spike Lee's independent feature The Girl Is in Trouble.

He has worked extensively in the U.K. and Australia, both in television and theater. He starred in the acclaimed BBC drama Death in Holy Orders and has had starring roles in the BBC adaptation of Lorna Doone and Hallmark's Stranded. He began his career starring on the long-running Australian soap Neighbours.

Lead roles in U.K. theater have included playing Terrence in "The Modernists," directed by Robert Delamare at the Sheffield Crucible Theatre, and the title role in "Peter Pan" at the White Rock Theatre.

Spencer currently resides in Los Angeles.

Spencer's birthday is February 12, 1979. Find him on Twitter at @Jesse_Spencer

David Eigenberg

David Eigenberg

as Christopher Hermann

David Eigenberg is known to film and television audiences for his role as Steve Brady, the good-hearted husband and quintessential New York bar owner in the box office hit and Emmy Award-winning series Sex and the City.

Among his film credits are See You in September, The Trouble with Romance, The Mothman Prophecies and A Perfect Murder.

Eigenberg's television credits include Justified, Third Watch, Criminal Minds, NCIS, Castle and Law & Order: SVU.

A member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, Eigenberg has performed in numerous off-Broadway plays. On Broadway, he received his break in 1990, playing a hustler in the original cast of John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation," directed by Jerry Zaks at Lincoln Center. He also starred in the original cast of "Take Me Out," directed by Joe Mantello, which was awarded the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Drama League and New York Critics awards for Best Play.

Eigenberg served in the United States Marine Corps for three years. He is married and resides in Chicago with his wife and two young children. His birthday is May 17, and he can be found on Twitter at @DavidEigenberg

Kara Kilmer

Kara Kilmer

as Sylvie Brett

Born and raised in Texas, Killmer graduated with a BFA in performance from Baylor University.

Shortly thereafter, she moved to Los Angeles where she was selected from thousands of young actors to star on the Hulu original series If I Can Dream, a show created by Simon Fuller that explored the lives of aspiring actors. Following the series, she was immediately cast in the independent period piece Beyond the Mask. Soon after, she had a role on the USA Network pilot Horizon, produced by Gale Anne Hurd.

Her first leading role was on the NBC pilot Tin Man.

When Killmer is not working, she enjoys writing, painting, hiking and spending time with family and friends. Her birthday is June 14, and she can be found on Twitter at @KaraKillmer

Taylor Kinney

Taylor Kinney

as Lt. Kelly Severide

Kinney has a variety of television credits, including a series regular role on Trauma and a recurring role on The Vampire Diaries.

Kinney starred alongside Cameron Diaz and Lesley Mann in the 2014 film The Other Woman, directed by Nick Cassavetes. He will appear in several films this year, including Rock the Kasbah, directed by Barry Levinson and starring Bill Murray, Danny McBride and Kate Hudson; and the independent Consumed, directed by Daryl Wein, featuring Zoe Lister-Jones, Victor Garber and Danny Glover. Kinney will also star in The Forest, opposite Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer, set to be released in early 2016.

Additional big screen credits include Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty, the Marty Papazian-directed independent feature Least Among Saints and the short film Prodigal, with Kenneth Branagh.

Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Kinney is an experienced surfer, and he currently resides in Los Angeles with his fiancé. Kinney's birthday is July 15, and he can be found on Twitter at @TaylorKinney111

Joe Minoso

Joe Minoso

as Joe Cruz

Raised in the Bronx, Minoso discovered theater when his first girlfriend took him to see her act in the school play. After graduating from Adelphi University with a bachelor's degree in fine arts, he continued on to Northern Illinois University, where he received his master's in fine arts. Upon graduation, he immediately moved to Chicago and quickly became involved with Teatro Vista, the largest Latino theater company in the Midwest.

He appeared at the Goodman Theatre in "A Christmas Carol" during the 2011-2012 season, and was also recently seen in the world premiere of Brett Neveu's "Do The Hustle" at Writers Theatre. Additional Chicago credits include Don Pedro in "The Sins of Sor Juana" at the Goodman Theatre; Eusebio in José Rivera's "Boleros for the Disenchanted" at the Goodman Theatre and Yale Repertory Theatre; "Esperanza Rising" at Chicago Children's Theatre; Nilo Cruz's "A Park in our House"; "Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams" at Victory Gardens Theater; "Short Shakespeare! The Comedy of Errors" at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; "Massacre (Sing to Your Children)" and "Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner" at Teatro Vista; and the Teatro Vista/American Theater Company co-production of "Living Out." Regionally, Minoso appeared as George Gibbs in "Our Town" at the Madison Repertory Theatre.

Among his television credits are guest-starring roles on Prison Break, The Beast, Shameless and The Chicago Code. Before Chicago Fire, he was seen as Alberto "Moco" Ruiz on the cable series Boss. Minoso made his feature film debut in the blockbuster Man of Steel.

Minoso is a two-time Imagen Award nominee for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role on Chicago Fire. He can be found on Twitter at @DaMinoshow

Monica Raymund

Monica Raymund

as Gabriela Dawson

Monica Raymund is an Anerican actress who has appeared on the drama Lie To Me, and as Dana Lodge on The Good Wife.

Raymund is half Dominican and half Jewish, and was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. She attended the Juilliard School in New York City, and is still deeply involved in theatre. She is a founding member of the Mechanical Theatre Group, has been on faculty and co-head of the Communications Department at the Heifetz Institute and served as faculty for the Broadway Theatre Project. Raymund currently serves on the board and faculty of the Performing Arts Project, is a board member for the Hollywood Arts Organization in Los Angeles, is executive producing the independent feature "Submarine Kid," was a producer on the Broadway production of "The Velocity of Autumn" and is the founder and president of SISU Theatrical Productions. She is also a producer and director for the upcoming campaign the Hidden Tears Project.

Raymund is an active voice for LGTBQ issues. Her birthday is July 26, and she can be found on Twitter at @MonicaRaymund.

Yuri Sardarov

Yuri Sardarov

as Brian "Otis" Zvonecek

Yuri Sardarov is a Georgian-Armenian actor who moved to the United States at age 2. He has been playing 'Otis' on Chicago Fire since the show began in 2012.

Sardarov studied Theatre Performance at the Univeristy of Michigan, where his first major role was in the Chicago stage production of "The History Boys". He garnered roles in such films as the George Clooney / Ryan Gosling vehicle The Ides of March, the Richard Gere drama The Double, and the Oscar-winning Argo.

Dividing his time between Los Angeles and Chicago, he enjoys cooking and playing basketball. Sardarov's birthday is January 28, and he can be found on Twitter at @yursar
Eamonn Walker

Eamonn Walker

as Battalion Chief Wallace Boden

Eamonn Walker is a British actor who has found great success in North America, starring on HBO's Oz, appearing on ER, Homicide, and in Unbreakable.

Born in London in 1962, Walker studied social work at the University of North London before moving to the United States and attending the New York Film Academy.

In 2005, Walker was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his Broadway debut as Marc Antony alongside Denzel Washington and Colm Feore in "Julius Caesar" at the Belasco Theatre. He later performed to sold-out audiences and great critical acclaim as the first black actor to portray Othello at the historic Old Globe Theatre in London.

Walker co-founded the Flipside Theatre Company in London and starred in their production of "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea." He also appeared in London's West End and in plays on such venerable stages as the Citizens Theatre, the Royal Exchange and the Hampstead Theatre.

Walker resides in both Los Angeles and London.

Walker's birthday June 12.

Christian Stolte

Christian Stolte

as Randall "Mouch" McHolland

Christian Stolte stars as Randy "Mouch" McHolland, an experienced veteran who will do anything to protect his fellow firefighters, and his coveted spot on the firehouse couch.

Stolte was born in St. Louis during the Cuban missile crisis, and 28 years later he moved to Chicago in search of artistic fulfillment.

He studied acting under Jane Brody, and began working steadily in Chicago theater in such places as Steppenwolf Theatre, the Goodman Theatre, A Red Orchid Theatre (which produced a play written by Stolte that won a Joseph Jefferson citation for Best New Work), Piven Theatre, Famous Door and Profiles Theatre.

His first film role was in The Public Eye, starring Joe Pesci, which was released on Stolte's 30th birthday. He has worked regularly since, including in such films as Ali, Road to Perdition, Stranger Than Fiction, Public Enemies, and as the killer who provokes Gerard Butler's vengeance in Law Abiding Citizen.

On television, he has had recurring roles on the cop dramas Turks, The Chicago Code, Prison Break, Boss and The Playboy Club. He is a co-creator of the web series Graveyard, which can be witnessed in all its grotesque glory at

Stolte still resides in Chicago, and spends ridiculous amounts of time with his wife and two endlessly amusing daughters.

He can be found on twitter at @ChristianStolte.

Steven R. McQueen

Steven R. McQueen

as Jimmy Borelli

Steven R. McQueen plays Jimmy Borrelli, the newest candidate at Firehouse 51.

McQueen previously starred as Jeremy Gilbert, a troubled teen on a dangerous and self-destructive path since the death of his parents, on the CW hit drama The Vampire Diaries.

McQueen has already built an impressive resume of television appearances. He had a recurring role as a musical prodigy on the drama Everwood and a leading role in the Disney Channel movie Minutemen

On the big screen, McQueen appeared in the independent film Club Soda, for which he won the Beverly Hills Film Festival Award for Best Actor. He also had a leading role in Piranha 3-D with Elisabeth Shue and Jerry O'Connell.

McQueen has devoted a portion of his free time to two charitable efforts. He is involved with Echoes of Hope, a nonprofit started by his mother Stacia Robitaille and stepfather Luc Robitaille, supporting at-risk and emancipated youth in Los Angeles. He has also spent time in Haiti with Smile Train, an international children's charity that provides free cleft lip and palate repair surgery to children in developing countries.

He is skilled in martial arts, ice hockey, kickboxing and horseback riding.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, McQueen is the grandson of actor Steve McQueen. He has relocated to Chicago for the filming of the show. Find him on Twitter at @Steve_R_McQueen.

Dora Madison

Dora Madison

as Jessica "Chili" Chilton

Dora Madison stars as spunky and spirited paramedic Jessica "Chili" Chilton. Chili recently joined Firehouse 51's Ambulance 61, working alongside Sylvie Brett.

Madison will be seen in the 2016 untitled Terrence Malick film alongside Christian Bale, Michael Fassbender and Natalie Portman. Madison will also co-star in Paramount's Everybody Wants Some from award-winning director Richard Linklater. Additional recent film credits include The Loft, opposite James Marsden and Karl Urban, and Divine Access, co-starring Billy Burke and Gary Cole.

Madison has starred in many memorable recurring television roles, including the hit drama Dexter,The Lying Game and CW's Star-Crossed. She is still widely recognized from her role as Becky on the critically acclaimed drama Friday Night Lights.

Madison was born and raised in Hutto, Texas, and is the youngest of seven children. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she sings with her band You, Me and the Mountain. Find her on Twitter at @DoraMadison.

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