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.While she was a junior in high school her family moved, this time to New York City.It has been stated that she will work alongside her returning TV mom Nancy Wesley, played by Patrika Darbo again.

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.

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.

Björlin left Days in June 2003 to concentrate on her singing career but returned later in December 2003.

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.

In 2010, Bjorlin had a small role in NCIS as a suburban housewife wearing a bikini during a door-to-door canvasing by one of the NCIS investigators.

That same year she guest starred on the hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men as Evelyn Harper's (Holland Taylor) lesbian lover, Jill.

On October 5, 2013, Björlin again participated in the Light the Night at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood.