Nadia Björlin


Nadia Björlin was born in Newport, Rhode Island, but lived in Sweden until the age of 7. Her father was the Swedish composer and conductor Ulf Björlin. Her mother, Fary, is an interior decorator and of Iranian descent. Nadia speaks Swedish, Persian, English and can sing in other languages as well.

At the Emmy's with Brandon Beemer:


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It's Persian not farsi

by Iraniandudeee on

It's called Persian when you're speaking english and farsi/parsi when you're speakig Persian/farsi.

Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

RW.... I see

by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on

Now I get your meaning


Red Wine


by Red Wine on

Persian language ? LoooL .. what is that ?! Is farsi not persian .


gorgeous woman but...


... what a saaad life these people lead...


Very Sexy and Jazaab!

by Khar on



Farsi Language!

by choghok on

First of all it is Persian language and second of all if your mother tounge is taught to you at early age in a correct way and you keep talking it you will be fluent, it does not matter how difficult it is.

Red Wine


by Red Wine on

I said that because i didn't like how this page is giving us the info about her !

Farsi language is very very difficult to learn and i am sure now she can not to talk it.

Just this .

American Dream

She should pose in Hustler or Club Magazine

by American Dream on

She is awesome.  She should pose in Hustler or Club Magazine.  More power to her.


   she is one of the

by siminkhanum on


 she is one of the main chararcters of "Days of our lives" soap opera on NBC.

Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

Red Wine

by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on

Now does it really matter if she is fluent in Farsi? :o) I don't think that it will matter much to the Iranian male population. lol


Red Wine


by Red Wine on

I am not sure if she is fluent in Farsi language.



by yolanda on

It is super exciting to be tri-lingual! Swedish, Persian, and English, Wow!

thanks for the clips!