The daughter of the director Franco Indovina, she graduated as actress at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts “Silvio D’Amico” in 1991 and worked for theater, cinema and television.

In 1993 she debuted in theatricals with “La Scorta” by Ricky Tognazzi and “La Ribelle” (with Penelope Cruz) by Aurelio Grimaldi.

The first awards in 1997 with the nomination for David di Donatello for her performance in “La tregua” by Francesco Rosi. In 1999 her first starring role in “Un amore” by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli for which she received the nomination for David di Donatello and several awards including the prize for best actress at the Sulmona Festival, at the Mons Festival and Mirto d’oro. The following year she received the “Grolla d’oro” for her performance in “Almost blue” by Alex Infascelli. She debuts as a comic actress in the film “La fame e sete” by Antonio Albanese by which she will be Carmen la Qualunque in the film “Qualunquemente” (International Film Festival of Berlin 2011 section) by Giulio Manfredonia in 2011.

Many performances on television, including “La piovra”, “Benvenuti a tavola” with Fabrizio Bentivoglio and Giorgi Tirabassi, “Tutti insieme all’improvviso” with Giorgio Panariello. In the same year, she is Cristina in “Forever young” by Fausto Brizzi and “Maria” in the comedy by Rolando Colla “Io sono Gaetano”.

This year she plays the role of Clelia in the TV series “Il Miracolo”. In autumn she will be with Antonio Albanese in the series “I topi”. She debuts as director in 2004 with the short film “Ad occhi aperti” (Selected at the Venice Festival). In 2013 she directed the screenplay by Niccolò Ammaniti “un uccello molto serio” and she received many awards. In 2015 she finished the shooting of “Ego”, a short film from the story “la medicina del momento” by Niccolò Ammaniti, which received, in addition to many awards, the nomination for the best short film at David di Donatello.