Born in Venice, with musical education and a degree in Literature, in 2004 she graduated at the Paolo Grassi Academy of Dramatic Arts in Milan. The same year she made her debut in Spettri directed by Massimo Castri produced by the Teatro Biondo of Palermo. Following her training with the master classes of Santa Cristina led by Luca Ronconi, who directs her in various productions including Troilo and Cressida, The Mirror of the Devil, Odyssey: Double Return. Between 2007 and 2009 she was among the artists involved in Peopling the Palaces project by Peter Greenaway at the Venaria of Torino and in the same year she collaborated on the realization of Madeleine by Muta Imago for RomaEuropa Festival. Between 2009 and 2011 she plays Fela in The Ladies of Wilko directed by Alvis Hermanis. In 2010 she received the Duse Award as best young actress. In 2012 she participated in The Coast of Utopia directed by Marco Tullio Giordana. From 2012 to 2014 she is directed by Romeo Castellucci in The Four Seasons Restaurant and Giudizio Possibilità Essere, both produced by Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio. In 2016 she plays Lucille in Morte di Danton directed by Mario Martone, produced by TST-Torino, and in 2017 in Le Baccanti directed by Andrea De Rosa, produced by the Teatro Mercadante in Naples. Since 2012 she has worked with Thea Dellavalle, with whom she produces and realizes Un ballo based on the novel by Irène Némirowsky that debuted in Modena at the Teatro delle Passioni and Suzannah by Jon Fosse, RIC Festival Rieti 2014. Currently together they
are realizing a new project winner result of the Forever Young 2018 ban at Corte Ospitale. She played Beatrice from 2020 to 2022 in I due gemelli veneziani directed by Valter Malosti. She is still touring with Come tutte le ragazze libere directed by Paola Rota.