Born in Nogent-sur-Marne in the Val-de-Marne, Emma Colberti comes from a family of doctors. Her father is a gynecologist-obstetrician and her mother is a midwife.
A pupil at the College of the Montalembert Private Institute and then at the private high school Albert de Mun, she obtained her Economic and Social Baccalaureate (ES) in 1989.
After watching the movie Trapeze, she shows her parents, from the age of 6, her intention to become a trapeze artist and to be part of the circus world. Her devouring urge pushes her parents to enroll him at the School square Sylvia Montfort also led by Gruss . However, the very classical training in circus arts does not allow him to enter the trapeze immediately.
After two years spent at the school without being able to “fly in the air”, she became impatient and decided to reluctantly abandon the trapeze in favor of the theater.
She then joined an appendix of the Simon Course at the age of 9 years.
Her encounter with theater and classical texts will continue until the preparatory course of the Quai d’Anjou of the Florent Cours Florent School. These three years, which she will scrupulously follow from her 14 years to her 17 years, will bring her, after obtaining her baccalaureate, to enter in first and second year of Cours Florent.
Her theatrical training will be completed at the prestigious Asnières studio-theater directed by Jean-Louis Martin-Barbaraz where she will remain for 3 years.
She is divorced from Pierre-Anthony Allard, artistic director of the studio Harcourt, she has a son born on January 30, 1993, Baptiste.