Born into a family of artists, Jacopo Olmo Antinori never wanted to become an actor. At age of 13, he wanted to run away from Rome and become a guitarist for some metal band in Norway. However, in 2011, at age 14, he was chosen by director Bernardo Bertolucci as the leading actor for his latest film “Me and You”. The film, presented at Cannes Film Festival in 2012, garnered critical-acclaim, and was distributed all across the world, changing the course of Jacopo’s life completely as a result. Since then, Jacopo has acted in seven feature films, and two television series, including the recurring role of ‘Bastiano’ in “Medici: Masters of Florence”.