Edoardo Falcone was born in Rome, where he studied at the "A. Fersen" International Acting School.
In 2000 he was a finalist in the national stand-up comedy competition “Riso in Italy” and began working in Rome theatres with his shows. At the same time, he began his writing career, penning important shows. As actor he has played several theatre and film roles including the comedies “Escort in Love” (2010/2011) and “Viva l’Italia” (2011/2012) by Massimiliano Bruno, with whom he coauthored the screenplay of the film version. He consolidated his film writing career creating with Massimiliano Bruno and Andrea Bassi the screenplay for the feature “Tutto l’amore del mondo”. In 2010 he wrote with Gianluca Bomprezzi and Paolo Costella the screenplay for the Massimo Boldi feature film “A Christmas Wedding”. In 2011 he wrote with Gianluca Bomprezzi the screenplay of the feature film “Wedding in Paris”, directed by Claudio Risi.
In 2012, he coauthored with Carlo and Enrico Vanzina the feature film “Mai Stati Uniti”, directed by Carlo Vanzina and, in the same year, with Alessio Maria Federici and Davide Lantieri, the screenplay of the remake “Second Chance”, directed by Alessio Maria Federici. In 2006 he wrote with Massimiliano Bruno one episode of the TV series “I Cesaroni”, featuring Claudio Amendola and Elena Sofia Ricci. In 2013 he joined Carlo and Enrico Vanzina once more for the screenplay of the feature film “A Fairy-Tale Wedding”. In 2015 he wrote and directed the comedy “God Willing”, featuring Marco Giallini and Alessandro Gassman: a huge success among critics and audiences, which won him the 2015 David di Donatello and Silver Ribbon Awards for Best New Director. In 2016 he wrote with Marco Martani his second work as director, “Instant Karma”, starring Elio Germano and Fabio De Luigi.