Maurizio Magno was born on September 14 2003. Already at a very young age, he had supporting roles in the TV series "Kommissar Stolberg" (2010) and "Der letzte Bulle" (2011). After attending a theatre workshop at the Junge Theater Bonn, he became a regular cast member of the TV show "Knallerfrauen".

A memorable turn in Aelrun Goette's made-for-TV drama "Ein Jahr nach morgen" (2012) was followed by supporting roles in "Kleine Morde" ("Little Murders", 2012), "Houston" (DE/US 2013) and Til Schweiger's box office hit "Kokowääh 2" (2013).

On TV, Magno was one of the leads of the show "Herzensbrecher – Vater von vier Söhnen" (2013-2015). In 2016, he starred in the theatrical release "Burg Schreckenstein", which is based on the eponymous children's book series.