She has described her childhood as "wonderful" with "loving parents and siblings to lean on", although Bjorlin recalls being "oblivious" to racial tensions going on in Sweden.Although she never attended school there, a few of her siblings did and she remembers them talking about how they "experienced some torment" from classmates due to being half-Iranian.
Chloe was initially portrayed as a nerdy girl (nicknamed "Ghoul Girl" by her classmates) who wore big glasses and frumpy clothes.
However she eventually received a new wardrobe and stopped wearing glasses and went on to become a major character and audience favorite. In late 1999, she appeared as a go-go dancer in the music video for Ricky Martin's hit song Shake Your Bon-Bon.
With a new career goal, Beemer moved to Los Angeles, where he quickly landed roles on television and low-budget features.
He got his big break in 2006, when he was cast as the new Shawn-Douglas Brady, supercouple Bo and Hope’s No. On the romantic front, the actor is dating DAYS OR OUR LIVES’s Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe).
Born and raised in Eugene, Ore., Brandon Beemer admits to having a “crazy imagination” since childhood, yet he never seriously considered acting.
Instead, he played sports in high school and earned small scholarships to several colleges for track.
Along with her brothers Ulf and Jean Paul, Bjorlin attended the Palm Beach County School of the Arts (now Dreyfoos School of the Arts) for her first 2 years of high school.
During her time there, Bjorlin sang with the Palm Beach Opera and in 1996, she competed in a large international vocal competition in Verona, Italy, where she was part of the choir who won the gold medal.
For those who are not yet familiar with Turnball: He is originally from Belfast in North of Ireland, and is a model and an actor and can be found on Twitter at @grantio1985 The ESPN After Show Party was hosted by boxing great Evander Holyfield along with the Playboy Playmates who joined forces to help benefit Southern California Chapter of Susan B.
Komen breast cancer charity with this party immediately following the broadcast of The ESPY Awards on ESPN! Tags: Days of our Lives, ESPYS, ESPYS After Show Party, Evander Holyfield, Grant Turnball, Jason Wayne, Jen Lilley, Nadia Bjorlin, Venice the Series On the eve of the 2017 Grammy Awards, Michael Fairman performed a medley of the late George Michael's hits in his tribute video to the pop icon, who's music had a profound impact on his life. Then let us know what you thought of it in the comment section below the video.
Björlin left Days in June 2003 to concentrate on her singing career but returned later in December 2003.