It’s already time for the ending. This Thursday, December 15, TF1 broadcasts the last three episodes of the Open Heart Investigation series at 9:10 p.m. A mini-series carried by Claire Keim playing Florence, a mother who has strange dreams after receiving a heart transplant.

Her destiny changed when she learned that her organ donor had been the victim of a car accident and she haunts her nights. “This transplant will cause her to have flashes, visions and an avalanche of questions”, explained actress Claire Keim in Télé 7 Jours, referring to her character. “This will lead him to embark on an investigation alongside Simon (Kevin Janssens), the donor’s father”.

During this ordeal, the heroine played by the French actress and singer is also confronted with the existential crisis of her daughter Zoé played by Jessyrielle Massengo. “Florence is confronted with the identity issues of her adolescent daughter whom she adopted. The young woman must both fight so that her body accepts this heart, and so that her daughter does not reject her”, she assures the weekly magazine.

A mother and daughter relationship that will be turned upside down by many adventures over the course of the plot. If the young actress Jessyrielle Massengo is one of the revelations of the soap opera, her face is already well known to viewers. In 2019, she took her first steps as an actress by playing Yasmine in Parents mode d’emploi on France 3.

The following year, Jessyrielle Massengo won the role of Mina in the TV movie Bad Mother where she already played the adopted child of Thierry Godard and Barbara Schulz. A key role that earned her the prize for best female hope at the Luchon Festival. It is also found in the family of Marine Delterme in Alice Nevers (TF1) then in the fiction Week-end Family (Disney Chanel).

Asked by the newspaper L’Actu in April 2020, Jessyrielle Massengo admitted that she wanted to become an actress around the age of 7. “I watched Disney Channel a lot. I analyzed the acting, I tried to understand how they made us laugh, cry… Then I practiced alone in my room!”, She assured the journalist Audrey Nait-Challal. “I then started talking to my parents about this desire. Later, in college, I inquired about film schools. I was in 4th grade when I learned that Cours Florent was going to open a class at Bordeaux. My brother offered me the internship week and I was taken the following year”.

Today, the young actress intends to chart her course while sharing her projects on social networks. Here is his portrait in pictures in our slideshow below.