Benedetta Porcaroli was born twenty years ago in Rome.
In 2015, she was selected for the role of Federica in the television series "Tutto può succedere", an Italian remake of "Parenthood", broadcast on Rai1 where she appeared in all three seasons.
In 2016 she appeared as the rebellious daughter of Kasia Smutniak and Marco Giallini in the film "Perfect strangers", directed by Paolo Genovese. Subsequently, the director Francesco Falaschi entrusted her with the role of Giulietta in the film "Quanto Basta" (2018) and Christian Marazziti chose her for the part of Stella in the film "Sconnessi" (2018).
In Television she has appeared in in the series "Non uccidere 2" (2017) broadcast on Rai3 and in the Netflix series "Baby" directed by Andrea De Sica and Anna Negri. She also starred alongside Barbora Bobulova and Alessio Boni, in the film "All my nights" presented at the Rome Film Festival.
In 2020 she starred together with Vittoria Puccini in the highly successful film "18 Regali", directed by Francesco Amato and produced by Lucky Red. She will soon be back on Netflix for the third and final season of "Baby", directed by Andrea De Sica and Letizia Lamartire.