Letizia Giorgio was born in Bologna – north of Italy – in 1996.
Since she was a child she’s shown interest for acting: she used to write scripts and choose her friends as the characters of her plays and she usually used her garden or her living room as a stage for her shows.

When she was sixteen she started attending the theater club of her high school and she performed in her school’s plays until she graduated.

In 2015 she attended a professional acting course in Bologna at Rosencrantz & Guildenstern – Scuola Organica di Cinematografia where she had her first experiences as an actress in many short films produced by the school and she also performed on stage as Amako in an adaptation of the play Tokyo Notes.

From 2016 to 2018 she attended the Bernstein School of Musical Theater in Bologna where she learned the basics of choral singing and dancing and she kept playing on stage in musicals such as Hairspray and The Addams Family.

In 2018 she went to London where she attended a one-year professional screen acting course at The Reel Scene. Here she worked alongside many important film directors, voice coaches and she also had the opportunity to meet lots of casting directors.
Furthermore, she was chosen by director Frank Harper for the role of Emma in the short film Tied produced by The Reel Scene – which is set to be released in 2020.

In 2018 Letizia also wrote and directed her first short film Dæth Gals in which she plays the role of Poppy Fields.
Then, in 2021 she produced Under My Skin, an experimental short.