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Nadia on Satisfaction

Nadia appeared on an episode of Satisfaction for the USA Network. You can catch her episode (entitled …Through Travel) on Friday, November 27. Check your local listings for times.

You can view the episode online here.

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Nadia on 2 Broke Girls

Nadia guest starred on the CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls in October 2013. She portrayed Pam, a model who shows up at the cupcake shop looking for her lost cat — and Max and Caroline have more than an inkling where the cute kitty might be.

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Anger Management

Nadia portrayed Dr. Miller on the FX show, Anger Management, in the fall of 2013.

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Nadia returns to Days of our Lives!

That’s right, folks! Nadia is now airing on Days of our Lives.

Here is an EXCLUSIVE LOOK into Chloe’s return to Salem!

Here is an excerpt from Nadia’s September 2012 interview with Michael Logan from TV Guide:

TV Guide Magazine: Your return to Days has been rumored for months! Last February, it was reported in a magazine that talks between you and the show had hit a “stalemate.” Then in April, we read your return was “imminent.” What was all that hoo-hah about?

Bjorlin: [Laughs] I find out a lot about myself through reading magazines. Most of the time I’m, like, “Uh…really?” There was a little bit of talk throughout the year. “Would you ever be interested in returning?” That sort of thing. But never anything concrete. I never put much thought into it so nothing was ever “imminent” and there was certainly no “stalemate.” Now the timing is right. It’s been a year since we’ve seen Chloe. [Laughs] Hopefully, the audience has forgotten what she was up to.

To read the rest of the interview, please visit TV Guide.

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Nadia on CSI

Nadia appeared on CBS’ drama CSI in an episode (“Malice in Wonderland”) airing on March 21, 2012.

From TVLine:

After the brunette beauty tweeted about the new gig, TVLine went on to confirm the details:

In Episode 18, titled “Malice in Wonderland,” Bjorlin guest-stars as Crystal Hasselbeck, a Las Vegas minx who has made a bit of a cottage industry of getting engaged, breaking it off and then holding onto the ring.

And while that is not a crime in and of itself (or maybe it is, I never finished or started law school), when a series of wedding robberies hit the strip, the CSIs suspect that Ms. Hasselbeck might be upping her game.

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‘Dirty Soap’ (PRESS RELEASE)


Executive Produced By Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos and Amber Mazzola, the Eight-Episode, Hour-Long Series Debuts September 25 at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on E!

(Los Angeles, CA, July 28, 2011) – They’ve been killers, ghosts, homeless, prostitutes, prisoners and even murder victims – but it’s off the set of their famous soaps where the real drama begins. Featuring a drop-dead gorgeous ‘who’s who’ of daytime television – Kelly Monaco (General Hospital), Nadia Bjorlin (Days Of Our Lives), Kirsten Storms (General Hospital), Farah Fath (One Life To Live), JP Lavoisier (One Life To Live), and Galen Gering (Days Of Our Lives) – “Dirty Soap” is a titillating look at these stunning thespians as they navigate high-profile careers during pivotal moments in the industry and deal with their own real-life drama, which often rivals that of their daytime counterparts. Executive produced by Amber Mazzola’s Machete Productions and Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ Milojo Productions, the eight-episode, hour-long series, “Dirty Soap,” premieres September 25 at 10:00PM ET/PT only on E!

The “soap bubble” is a small and intimate world and this cast of characters has played extremely significant roles in each others lives for years. They’ve been co-stars, best friends, worst enemies, boyfriends, girlfriends, and everything in between. Working together on set and spending time with each other in their down-time, they have formed substantial bonds and created a pseudo “soap family.” In the series we see them all begin a new chapter in their lives – some have left the soap world, some are doing film, some are focusing on family, and others are simply trying to determine what would be the best next move. Romantic relationships are tested when one person’s career rockets forward and the others is stuck at “go.” Jealousies arise as actors attempt to jump from one soap to another, and arch rivals must find a way to coexist in this sudsy microcosm without ripping each other to shreds. The softer side of these heartthrobs is also exposed as they interact with their families – one beauty meets her biological father for the very first time and another tearfully sends her brother off to the United States Army flight school. All the while their goals are clear – to grow their careers and to keep their hearts and heads above water in Tinseltown – where it’s so very easy to drown.

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Nadia on NCIS

Nadia appeared on the CBS drama, NCIS in the fall of 2010. She guest starred in an episode called “Dead Air” and can be found online at CBS’ NCIS Official Website (please note: some geographic regions may not be able to view the episode), or you can download the episode on iTunes.


Sexiest Women in Daytime

Nadia was selected as one of TV Guide Channel‘s choices as Sexiest Women in Daytime.  Nadia rounded out the Top Three (!) and has been heavily featured on the TV Guide channel’s special.

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Nadia in Out of Practice

Nadia appeared on an episode of the CBS series Out of Practice in the Spring of 2006 (taped January 10, 2006; airdate on March 22, 2006). The show starred Stockard Channing, Henry Winkler, Ty Burrell, Paula Marshall, and Christopher Gorham.

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Sex, Love, and Secrets

Nadia appeared in 2 episodes of the UPN series Sex, Love, and Secrets in the fall of 2005. She portrayed Meg, a “love ’em and leave ’em” flight attendant.


Jake in Progress

Nadia appeared as a guest star with John Stamos in Jake in Progress. Nadia’s appearance happened on March 24, 2005.


Nadia on Complete Savages

Nadia appeared on the ABC show, Complete Savages on October 8, 2004. The show starred Keith Carradine, Erik von Detten, and Vincent Ventresca, and was produced by Mel Gibson, Julie Thacker-Scully, and Mike Scully.