Alessandro Marchese was born in Italy, in 1991 in the city of Alessandria.
At the young age of 12 he joined the professional theatre company Stregatti. With them he performed in great classic plays like Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare, and modern texts like Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard.
In 2007 he wrote and performed his first storytelling show Amore e Libertà (Love and Freedom) followed by Lei Conosce Dio? Si, Sono Io Mi Dica.(Do you know God? That would be me, how can I help you?).
In 2010 he joined East 15 Acting School, where he studied the three year course of BA Acting and Contemporary Theatre led by Uri Roodner, where, in 2012, he wrote and performed his third storytelling show Americo.
He Graduated in July 2013. In Fall 2013 he studied storytelling and epic theatre under Nobel Prize Dario Fo.
In 2014 he joined the New York Film Accademy where he studied ‘Acting for the Camera’.
Since then he has been working in UK on different films, commercials and stage productions