Fabrizio was born on the 27th of April, 1981. As a young boy, Fabrizio was always involved in music and singing, taking part in festivals for young talent in which he always did very well.
In 1998, he sang the song More Than Just A Game, written by Paul Abela and Georgina with which he placed second in the Maltese Song For Europe festival of that year and also performed it in the festival Bratislava Lyra where he won that festival with the same song.
That year, he was also selected among 15,000 candidates in the auditions of Castro caro, a highly scrupulous process of selection of young talent in Italy, from where prestigious Italian singers like Zucchero, Jovanotti and Eros Ramazzotti emerged.
He was also nominated for and won the award of best male singer in the Maltese Music Awards of that Year. Subsequently, Fabrizio took part in other festivals, both in Malta and overseas, including Italy, Czech Republic and Kazakstan. He also won the FIDOF award for the best promising young talent.
The year after, Fabrizio also won the Maltese international Song Festival with the Song "Sa L-Ahhar" written by Ray Agius and Alfred C. Sant. The following year, he also performed in a festival held in Kazakstan where he placed 2nd and won the Radio award.
He also participated again with the song Change Of Heart (written by Paul Abela and Georgina) in the Maltese Song For Europe festival 2000 in which he placed 2nd. With the same song he performed in a festival in Prague where he won the FIDOF award for the best interpretation.
Fabrizio's singing career includes credits in musical theatre such as, Les Miserables in concert, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Fiddler On the Roof. He performs all around Malta in clubs, in concerts and is now a very successful Maltese TV personality.