Thea Bricci was born in the northern portion of Italy. When she was a child, she liked writing fables, short poems, and fun fiction about her favorite cartoons and films. She attended classical studies, and in her twenties, she realized she needed to express herself in writing, so after her degree in Italian literature, she also received a master’s degree in screenplay. During a journey in Venice, Florence, and Rome, she knew the great power of art, through the vision of artists like Botticelli, Caravaggio, and Canova. She loves working for theater too, and she wrote some pieces. One of them, Tell Me if It’s Normal, is a comedy about a coming out in a very strange restaurant.
She is single and lives with her adorable, sixteen-year-old cat Cito. Her dream is writing a screenplay for a film based on the biography of her favorite painter, Gino Grimaldi.