In 2003 he graduates at the Drama School Paolo Grassi in Milan. He starts working in the company “Gli Incamminati” founded by Italian actor Franco Branciaroli and directed by Claudio Longhi. After that he takes part for two years to Santa Cristina Centro Teatrale, a school founded and directed by Luca Ronconi.
He works in Paragraph 175 by D. Daolmi and after that he plays the role of Telemachus in Odyssey, a stage version written and directed by Nobel Prize Derek Walcott.
At Piccolo Teatro in Milan he's in two productions in the same year: Archimede's secret weapon, by Hungarian writer D. Solomon and directed by Massimo Navone and then Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and her children directed by Robert Carsen. Two years later he works again at Piccolo Teatro in La storia della bambola abbandonata by Giorgio Strehler with Andrea Jonasson.
He works more than once with Italian writers Stefano Ricci and Gianni Forte, better known as Ricci/Forte in Troia's discount, 'A bbastarduna, and their re-writing of Aristophane's Ploutos, directed by Massimo Popolizio.
After taking part to the Company of Teatro Stabile in Turin, where he works with Walter Le Moli in Antigon and La folle journée by Beaumarchais, once again with Claudio Longhi, young director Sandro Mabellini directs him as Kostja in the Italian translation of Martin Crimp's re-writing of The Seagull by A. Cechov.
Some short movies he worked in - both in Italy and England - are Day Light Robbery by J. Rodolfi, Tutto vero! by B. Manzi and T. Bini, Lucid by S. Melikidis. He also worked in some films, such as The last winter day by S. Ferrari, Giallo by D. Argento and Fat Cat written and directed by M. Fiascaris.
The last productions he's been working on are the stage version of Almodovar's All about my mother, written by Samuel Adamson and directed by Leo Muscato, El nost Milan and All'ombra dell'ultimo sole both directed by Emilio Russo.