I was born in 1992 and I started performing for the audience when I was still a child, as a juggler at the Piccola Scuola di Circo in Milano. My great passion for art, cinema, and theatre motivated me to attend, while I was at school (Vivaio secondary school with musical orientation, high school with classical orientation), numerous courses and workshops in theatre and film-making (Paolo Grassi school, Carcano, Franco Parenti, and Filodrammatici theatres); in 2012, I attended a 6-months internship in stage direction at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
From 2012 to 2014 I attended the Civica Accademia d’Arte Drammatica Nico Pepe (Civic Academy of the Dramatic Arts) in Udine.
In the 2015/2016 year, I attended the professional dubbing course at the CTA in Milan, with dubbing director and dubber Aldo Stella.
I often works with kids, organising theatre courses for them or as an entertainer.
ON THE SCENE...
In Summer 2017, I took part, as a guest, to numerous international festivals and I travelled around Italy and Europe with the “human Youtube” show.
I took part in Italia’s Got Talent 2017 as a semi-finalist presenting one of my “human Youtube” versions.
In Summer 2016, I travelled around Italy as a street artist with the show “Socialmente parlando” (“Socially Speaking”). Inside a Youtube frame, I interpreted various showbiz figures, playing with the video functions and buttons.
In August 2015, I went back to the theatre, together with musicians Andrea Errera and Jacopo Soler, with my new play “Mario Poppins”, which was selected at the “Premio Giovani Realtà del Teatro” in Udine (Award for Emerging Artists in Theatre), and which was performed again at the Piccolo Teatro Studio Melato in Milan and in various other theatres around Italy.
In December 2014, I created my first music record “Rivoluzione Stazionaria”, establishing the band “Geco e Le Situazioni Kafkiane” (“Geco and the Kafkian Situations”), as part of which I also did many live gigs.
I created videos impersonating Albus Dumbledore from the Harry Potter series in connection with the political elections, and, always in 2013, I staged my second play, “Rivoluzione Stazionaria” (“Stationary Revolution”), which I also staged at the Tieffe Menotti Theatre in Milan.
In 2013, I won the “Best Screenplay” award with the original monologue “L’informatico” (“The IT Guy”) at the festival “5 minuti per sorridere” (“5 Minutes to Smile”) at the Casa del Cinema in Rome.
I wrote, directed, and acted in the play “I DODICI DIFETTI CAPITALI, monologhi di un clown” (“THE TWELVE DEADLY DEFECTS – a clown’s monologues”), which won the award “Teglio Teatro Festival Valtellina 2012”, and which was also staged at the Elfo Puccini theatre in Milan.
In May 2012, I made a few videos which were posted on Repubblica.it. In the videos, I impersonated the mayor of Milan Giuliano Pisapia, who later took part in realising promotional videos with the actor.
In Summer 2011, I acted and directed in Alessandro Baricco’s theatrical monologue “Novecento”, and I also run a theatrical evening based on the last Canto of Dante’s Paradiso.
I debuted on the stage as an actor in 2010 with the play “Omaggio a Gaber” (“Homage to Gaber”), which he brought in February 2010 at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan in collaboration with Don Gino Rigoldi’s Associazione Onlus Bambini in Romania, The City of Milan and the Piccolo Teatro.
In 2009, I realised the short film “Diario di Bordo” (“Logbook”) on the topics of bullying and disability, which was awarded with an honourable mention under 18 at the Concorso Cineamatori delle Apuane in Carraria (Amateur Film Competition).
In 2003, I took part to the theatre production of “8 e ¾” as a juggler with the company “La Stravaganza”, directed by instructor and director Denis Gaita.