Sofia Masson speaks to Lifetime about the movie The Wrong Blind Date.

Sophie Masson. Credit: Flavio Masson

Aspiring actress Sofia Masson spoke to Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos about starring in the movie The Wrong Blind Date on Lifetime.

“The wrong blind date”

“It was such a fulfilling experience working on ‘The Wrong Blind Date,'” she admitted. “Because this was my second film with David, I was already familiar with the production process and everything went smoothly. The cast was also quite small, so I really got to get to know everyone personally.”

“Principal David [DeCoteau] is incredible in its ability to cover so much material in such a quick and organized manner. He also really respects and trusts his actors and encourages us to make bold decisions,” she said.

She loved playing her character Hannah for many reasons. “We actually have a lot in common: she’s very stubborn and extremely devoted to protecting her mother and her friends. She is also very intuitive, especially when she senses something is wrong with Kevin. What I loved most was how she never stopped trying to find out who Kevin was. She kept digging and eventually helped reveal his true colors,” she said.

She complimented her co-stars, including Rainer Dawn, Meredith Thomas, Vivica A. Fox, Clark Moore and Matthew Pohlkamp. “It was a pleasure working with everyone on this project. Rainer and I met for coffee a few days before shooting, where we discussed the script and our own career goals – we hit it off straight away,” she said of Rainer.

Masson continued, “The same goes for my off-screen relationship with Meredith, who was my very first on-screen mom. Her positive energy is contagious and she is so caring. It goes without saying that Vivica is amazing and it was such an honor to work with her. It lights up the room and brings so much energy to every scene. I hope to work with her again in the near future.”

The digital age

As an actress in the digital age, she replied: “Having started acting professionally in early 2020, all I know is the digital age. It was certainly a strange time starting a whole new chapter of my life where everything went virtual. In a way, however, it was reassuring to know that the entire industry was reinventing itself in this new Covid era.”

“Thank God for technology and its ability to bring us together at such a difficult time and allow us to continue creating art no matter the circumstances. I’m also excited about this new era of streaming. With so many streaming platforms, there is a constant demand for new content. To keep up with this demand, the industry has seen a dramatic increase in both film and television opportunities,” she explained.

future plans

Discussing her future plans in acting, she said, “I have a couple of projects in the pipeline that I’m really excited about. I can’t reveal too much information just yet, but a short film I produced and starred in late last year is nearing completion and I look forward to the world seeing it.”


Regarding her definition of success, she said: “My definition is constantly changing. At this point in my career, success would mean working consistently on projects that are both creatively challenging and rewarding. I would love the challenge of playing a character who is drastically different from me, or someone who isn’t particularly likable. I feel that this would require something new from me; I’d like to see how far I can go out of my creative ‘box’, so to speak.”

Masson concluded of The Wrong Blind Date by saying, “First of all, thank you to those who saw the film! Your support means so much. As far as I would like you to take away from our film, I would say be careful who you trust. Serious. In the digital age, privacy is becoming increasingly difficult. Be aware of what you choose to share with the world because it might come back to bite you.”

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