Born in North East Italy not far from Venice, Francesca has been living between her native city Sacile and Vittorio Veneto where she trained as an actor at Accademia Teatrale Lorenzo Da Ponte.
While on training, she completed her BA in Languages and Literature at the University of Udine.
Passionate about Linguistics, literature and Shakespeare, her final dissertation explored her most beloved subjects and culminated in the production of the essay Shakespeare’s Original Pronunciation: the musicality and power of Elizabethan English through Shakespeare’s plays.
Based on David Crystal’s studies of Shakespeare’s Original Pronunciation and the performing style initiated at The Shakespeare Globe Theatre in London, the essay explored the relationship between Original Practices and modern audiences through language and pronunciation.
Inspired by her passion for the English language and The Shakespeare Globe and wanting to pursue her acting career, Francesca moved to London where she completed her MA in Acting at East 15 Acting School.
With Shakespeare and The Globe always on her mind, Francesca keeps moving through life exploring and creating. Digging into the acting craft through workshops, working experiences on stage and behind the screen, Francesca has started a writing project. She loves exploring Nature, going running, swimming, horse riding, soaking up good vibes at Museums and Art Exhibitions, and watching movies in the small cinemas scattered around London.