Born in Hutto, Texas in 1990, Dora Madison Burge made her professional acting debut (as Madison Burge), playing Becky Sproles, an object of affection for high school football stars on the last two seasons of "Friday Night Lights" (NBC, 2006-2011). Burge had a 3-episode arc on "The Lying Game" (ABC Family, 2011-13) in 2011, then appeared in eight episodes of the final season of "Dexter" (Showtime, 2006-2013), playing the daughter of one of Dexter's co-workers in 2014. The next year she played the role of Zoe, in a 7 episode run on the sci-fi romance "Star-Crossed" (The CW, 2014). In 2015, she began going by the name Dora Madison, and again landed a series regular role, this time playing a troubled paramedic on "Chicago Fire" (NBC, 2012-). The same year, she appeared in small role in the film "Dark Places" (2015) adapted from the Gillian Flynn novel and starring Charlize Theron. She also had a role in the ensemble of "Everybody Wants Some" (2016), Richard Linklater's companion to his breakout film "Dazed and Confused" (1993).