Bjorlin's family moved to her father's native country of Sweden while she was still an infant.
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.
Bjorlin was able to attend the Professional Children's School, where she studied alongside other famous actors and actresses, including Julia Stiles, Gaby Hoffman, and Macaulay Culkin.
In September 2005, Bjorlin left Days of our Lives again and joined the cast of the UPN series Sex, Love & Secrets.The show was canceled by the network, but Björlin continued to make guest appearances on television series such as Jake in Progress and Out of Practice.To say Mama Bjorlin isn't feeling her striking daughter's relationship with the equally beautiful Brandon Beemer is an understament on par with saying Kelly Monaco's mom Nancy Lee Grahn is a wee bit opinionated on Twitter!When Mama Bjorlin wasn't cooking up delicious Persian dishes on tonight's eppy, she was calling Beemer names like "stupid" and "arrogant." She also told Not to say all of Mama Bjorlin's hateration was unmerited, since a clip from next week's show spoils The Beems forgetting Bjorlin's birthday! Is Mama Bjorlin the new Supreme Reality Super Bitch, or is she right to be going after Beemer about how he treats her kid?When she graduated from high school, she decided to shift her focus from singing to acting.
Chloe was initially portrayed as a nerdy girl (nicknamed "Ghoul Girl" by her classmates) who wore big glasses and frumpy clothes.For her education, she attended the Interlochen Center for the Arts and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, where she was honored for her excellence in theatre, voice, music and dance.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.Since leaving Days, Björlin has appeared in the independent feature film If I Had Known I Was a Genius, starring Markus Redmond, Whoopi Goldberg, Sharon Stone, and Tara Reid.The film was screened at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.Bjorlin was also cast as the female lead of the Chicago Pictures' feature film, Redline.