He began his career as a writer at the age of seventeen, thanks to the publication of one of his novel by Mondadori. In the early 1980s he attended the DAMS in Bologna, and he dealt particularly with theatre, writing and playing many comedies. In 1988, he was among the finalists of the “Cento Cose – Oscar Mondadori” award with the novel “Anche tu a Malta”. In 1990 he moved to Rome, where he became disciple, collaborator and friend of Rodolfo Sonego. In the ten years that their fellowship lasted, along with projects never made into film like “Guglielmo Marconi” and “Australia”, he created episodes for Rai Uno series “Una famiglia in Giallo”, starring Ugo Tognazzi, and “Un commissario a Roma”, starring Nino Manfredi, and for Rai Due series “Provincia segreta” and “Provincia segreta 2”, starring Andrea Giordana and Isabella Ferrari. He contributed to the screenplay of the last Sonego’s film, “Il quaderno della spesa”, starring Gabriele Lavia, directed by Tonino Cervi, and distributed by 20th Century Fox. In 1999 he joined the writing team of Canale 5 soap opera “Vivere”, for which, from 2003 and 2006, was in charge of dialogues. Afterwards he was story-editor for the soap opera “Sottocasa” (Rai Uno), script-writer and script-editor for “Incantesimo” (Rai Uno), and script-writer for “Agrodolce” (Rai Tre). In 2009, for the Elleffe Group led by Lorenzo Flaherty, he wrote “Coppia da sballo”, a brilliant action movie that in 2010 obtained state contribution and the acknowledgement as a film of cultural interest.