Mercedes Mason (also credited as Mercedes Masöhn and Mercedes Masohn) is a Swedish-born American actress best known for her starring role as Deputy U.S. Marshal Isabel Zambada in the short-lived police procedural television drama series The Finder, in 2012.
She also starred as Louise Leonard, a rising star in the world of fashion photography, married to young playwright Brian Leonard (Robert Buckley), on the supernatural drama series 666 Park Avenue, from 2012-2013.
Born and raised in Linköping, Sweden, Masöhn moved to the United States with her family at the age of 12. She landed her first acting job in The Break-Up, in a scene opposite Vince Vaughn.
Since then, she's starred in features such as Red Sands, Quarantine 2: Terminal and the multi-award festival winner Three Veils.
Her television credits include Entourage, The Closer, Three Rivers and Chuck, as well as playing the female lead in the cable pilot All Signs of Death, produced and directed by Alan Ball.
In 2015 she began starring in the AMC horror series Fear the Walking Dead as Ofelia Salazar, a hardworking professional with immigrant parents who - when faced with the apocalypse - clashes with her father's opinions on the best course of action.
Masöhn lives in Los Angeles with her dog, Wedgie.