Nadja Bjorlin Returns to 'Days of Our Lives'
Nadja Bjorlin Returns to 'Days of Our Lives'
One of Days of Our Lives' favorite daughters is making her way back to Salem.  Nadja Bjorlin will be reprising her role as Chloe Lane next month on the long-running soap opera.

The 27-year old part Persian, part Swedish actress first joined the Emmy Award-winning series back in 1999 but has been in and out of Days of Our Lives until finally leaving the show to pursue other projects in 2005.

Nadja Bjorlin was a regular fixture on the NBC daytime drama from the time she first became part of it in 1999 all the way to 2003.  She then left the series supposedly to focus on singing.  Music is in Nadja's blood and genes, her father being the late Swedish composer and conductor, Ulf Bjorlin.  Before coming to the United States, he was appointed by the great Ingmar Bergman as musical director of the Royal Dramatic Theater in Stockholm.

Nadja Bjorlin came back to Salem for occasional episodes for a period of 18 months before eventually resuming a more regularly recurring participation starting in late 2005.  Less than a year later, the actress once again quit Days of Our Lives in September 2005.

After years of flitting in and out of the Salem community, Days of Our Lives executives have finally confirmed that Bjorlin is likely sticking around for quite some time when she starts taping her installments later this month.  Her episodes are scheduled to begin airing sometime in November.

According to Soap Central, the returning Choe will figure heavily in storylines involving Shawn, Bell and Philip.  Days of Our Lives executive producer, Ken Corday, has disclosed that Bjorlin's onscreen alter ego will come back to town with “an edge.”

During her absence from the soap, Bjorlin appeared in the movie, Redline, alongside Braveheart's Angus Macfadyen, Deuce Bigalow's Eddie Griffin and The West Wing's Tim Matheson.

-Rosario Santiago, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Soap Central
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