A special congratulations to Nadia and Grant
on your wedding day!
Best wishes for a wonderful marriage!
Nadia recently shot scenes for a new movie called This Is Now. She reunited with friend and actor, Markus Redmond (If I Had Known I Was a Genius) in the filming of this movie.
Release date for the movie will be announced at a later date.
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Nadia will be returning to film a couple of episodes of Days of our Lives in March 2015. She will appear on your screens later in 2015 (exact airdates TBA).
“It’s been so great. That show has been so good to me. I’m not always certain what I’m heading back to do, but hopefully something funny, stir up some trouble.”
— Nadia Bjorlin (@RealNadiaB) March 4, 2015
We first fell in love with Nadia Bjorlin back in 2005 when she glamorized the cover of Westlake Magazine’s 13th Anniversary issue. The then 25 year old singer, model and actress had waltzed her way into Hollywood and captured our hearts as the audience favorite, Chloe Lane in Days of our Lives. Now, ten years later, we are so pleased to catch up with this natural beauty and welcome her back as the “bride to be” for this year’s wedding edition.
Born August 2, 1980 in Newport, Rhode Island to Swedish composer and conductor, Ulf Stefan Bjorlin and Fary Bjorlin, an Iranian native and interior designer, Nadia spent her childhood playing in the backyards of both Sweden and the United States. It was during her time in Palm Beach, Florida, where her father conducted the Florida Philharmonic that she fell in love with music and began singing professionally at the tender age of six.
Sharing in the love of music with her famous father, Nadia studied opera at Interlochen Center for the Arts and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, where she was honored for her excellence in theatre, voice, music and dance. Recognized for her talents, the young prodigy went on to study at the Professional Children’s School in New York City along with other famous actors and actresses such as Julia Stiles, Gaby Hoffman, and Macauley Culkin. It was after high school that Bjorlin shifted her focus to acting and within less than a year landed her breakout role as Chloe Lane.
When we last met, she had just left the daytime soap to join the cast and crew of the UPN television series,Sex, Love & Secrets. Since, she has made guest appearances on shows such as Jake In Progress, Complete Savages, NCIS and the CBS comedy, Two and a Half Men.
Tom Langan, Executive Producer of Days of our Lives once described Nadia as “a serene, fascinating beauty who floats through a room”. That’s exactly the vibe I got when we finally caught up with the bride-to-be at a private estate in Hidden Hills. There she opened up about turning 35, her fiancé, wedding details, and new projects in the works.
It has been announced that Nadia has signed on as a series regular in the next season of the The Stafford Project. The series was started by General Hospital and The Young and the Restless star Michelle Stafford.
Nadia appeared in the previous season’s finale of The Stafford Project.
Season 5 of Venice the Series is in the pre-production phase. The cast and crew are aiming to film Season 5 in late spring/early summer 2015.
Venice won the 2011 Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Format Daytime and the 2014 Outstanding Drama Series New Approaches.
For more information on how to watch and purchase subscriptions to Season 1-4, follow these awesome Venice the Series links:
Nadia and her team Nadia’s Cancer Crusaders have participated in the Light the Night Walk in southern California. To date, her team has raised more than $50,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, an organization near and dear to Nadia’s heart. Twenty years ago this year, Nadia’s father, Ulf Bjorlin Sr. passed away from leukemia. He was a renowned conductor, composer, and artist – and most importantly, a father and husband.
A note from Nadia…
Thank you all who have graciously agreed to donate your time and money to such an important cause. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has always been near and dear to my heart. My father passed away from Leukemia when I was 13 years old, so I’ve experienced firsthand how devastating a blood cancer can be, and how profoundly it affects family and friends of those diagnosed. An astounding 148,040 people this year alone will be diagnosed, that’s one person every 4 minutes and over 9% of all cancer diagnoses.
By participating in the “Light the Night” walk, we are not only raising awareness and money, but we are potentially saving many lives. So, let’s keep fighting cancer and honor our loved ones in the process. Thank you.