Nina Arvesen mother was also a Norwegian actress in Norway.
Actress Nina Arvesen rose to international fame when she first appeared as the mysterious Cassandra Hall Rawlins on the television series The Young and the Restless in 1988.
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Her father was Jan Arvesen who worked in the Norways flight services and was also an ambassador for Foreign Affairs.
Arvesen's mother's name is Sidsel, pronounced "sis-sell" Arvesen.
Arvesen also spent time living in Egypt, Brazil, Costa Rica and then again in United States, (however, both her parents are from Norway).
She is a dual citizen of Norway and the United States.
She appears in the final scene on a Harley-Davidson, dressed as a cop with Tom Hanks behind her.
The helmet off, her long fair hair falls on the shoulders. Then, after some mini-roles in episodes of TV shows, she went to castings for The Bold and the Beautiful. Arrived, for another test, with a skintight dress, not hiding anything, or almost, of her sculptural chest, Nina convinced William Bell, accustomed to the vamps of the Nineties, what makes say to his wife, also producer and full of humour, that he exerts "a dangerous job".
Though she screams her fool head off, a minority shopkeeper ducks his head into the sand.
Cohen seems to be suggesting not so much inhumanity on the streets, but rather the oppressive force of the police state.
After she stopped working in the various soap operas that made her famous her career aspirations shifted from acting to work modeling for television commercials, print ads and popular magazines.
‘s ruthless William Lustig helming a quintessentially Noo Yawk script by Larry Cohen (whose reputation as a highbrow, lowbrow, anything-but-middlebrow genre-fusion artist is untouchable), starring Bruce “Ash” Campbell, Tom “that’s why God made fathers, babe” Atkins and Richard “shut your mouth” Roundtree.
By playing Cassandra Hall in The Young and the Restless, she received as many letters than Lauralee Bell from fascinated admirers, hastened, ready to everything to meet her.