Antonio Biggio was born in 1970 in Santa Margherita Ligure (GE), Italy.
He started performing in theatre since childhood, under the guide of his mentor Mario Forella, and ending up with a Diploma in Acting and Directing in 1992, at Starline in Cinecittà (Rome).
He established and directed three theatre companies: the most recent was the Compagnia Stabile del Teatro R&G Govi in Genoa, where he also covered the role of Production Director.
For over 15 years, other than working as actor and director, he used to teach drama at his company Performing Arts Academy, in secondary schools and colleges.
In over thirty years spent performing and directing, he took part in over eighty productions, ranging from comedy, to classic and modern. This huge passion, other than the one for football and Iron Maiden, always characterized him and drives him even to this day.
In 2013 he moved to the United Kingdom, where he currently lives with his family.
As an author, in 1991 he published the poetry book Love Theatre Melancony.
In 2020 he translated in Italian for Tsunami Edizioni the book “Loopyworld – The Iron Maiden Years” written by the former band’s roadie Steve “Loopy” Newhouse, out in June 2021.
His debut novel, Eddie must Die, will also be published during 2021.