Samuele Bevilacqua was in Moncalieri, Italy, where he lived for most of his childhood. Bevilacqua describes his childhood in Italy as lonely, due to not being able to connect with the children he went to school with because he lived in the neighboring city. At the age of thirteen, Bevilacqua and his family moved to West Lafayette, Indiana. There he attended West Lafayette Junior/Senior High School and connected with a small circle of friends and Bevilacqua undertook more artistic endeavors. By high school, Bevilacqua discovered his love for film and film-making and discovered friends that shared this same love. Bevilacqua graduated high school in 2019 and during the fall of 2019, Bevilacqua moved to Chicago, Illinois to attend Columbia College Chicago, where he is currently majoring in Film with a focus on directing, with a projected graduation date of 2023.
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