Born in Perugia, Diletta Vedovelli began at early age her studies in drama at her native town.
Aged fourteen she joined the “LIMINALIA” Stage Company directed by Francesco Torchia, operating at the Liceo Classico (Humanistic Secondary Degree School) “Annibale Mariotti” of Perugia. This choice has given her the opportunity to engage, when still very young, in the great classical authors of the past; she has played Autonoe in “The Bacchae” by Euripides, Juliet in “The sister of William Shakespeare” and Cherry in “Midsummer night’s dream”.
After obtaining a classical education, she moved to Rome to attend the “FONDAMENTA Drama Academy”; getting the fundamental elements she still grouds her work on. There she was able to work under the guidance of such teachers and directors as Giancarlo Fares, Andrea Pangallo, Giorgia Trasselli, Marco Blanchi, Francesco Polizzi and Alessandro Quarta.
In 2013 she won a scholarship for the University Theatre Center of Perugia, institutional academy of the Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria, where she worked under the guidance of Roberto Ruggieri, Sergio Ragni, Emanuela Filippelli, Sabine Van Der Steur and Francesco Bolo Rossini.
She keeps on living both in Perugia and Rome; among her most recent works are “Relatively Speaking” a play created by the (Avanzi di Scena)² company; “Colpi di Timone” by the “Paradiso” company and she has played the lead role in the short movie “The heart of the matter” directed by Emilio Seri.