Cinzia Roccaforte was raised in Bastia Umbra, Italy. After finishing high school, Cinzia was accepted into the innovative Scaletta Drama School in Rome. Soon thereafter, Cinzia was cast in her first starring role. The film was Fermo Posta and the filmmaker was the world-renowned auteur director, Tinto Brass. It was a great honor and learning experience for Cinzia to work with such a controversial and provocative artist. The film let her explore her rebellious side and represented a key chapter in the development of her craft. After Fermo Posta, Cinzia began working in the States and decided to move to the cinema capital of the world, Los Angeles. In Los Angeles she continued studying acting by joining the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. In addition, Cinzia graduated cum laude from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and a minor in theatre. She has since landed roles in several independent films, music videos and commercials.