Enrico Marrucci was born in Wilmington (USA) from Italian parents. After a doctorate in chemical engineering in Naples, he started his career by winning the Spoleto contest in 1996.
After making his debut in Falstaff (Ford) in Spoleto, he was engaged in many of the most important Italian theatres, such as in Turin, Genoa, Trieste, Palermo, Rome, Naples, Verona, Cagliari, Florence, Catania and also abroad in Dresden, Valladolid, Bonn, Kiev, Vienna, Montecarlo, Rio de Janeiro, Dublin, Athens, Tours, sharing the stage with important singers: Carreras, Kabaivanska, Raimondi, Alagna, Dessì, Dara, Corbelli, Sumi Jo, Serra. He also worked with important conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Renato Palumbo, Nello Santi, Fabio Luisi, Evelino Pidò. His music repertoire includes great roles such as Malatesta, Belcore, Leporello, Papageno, Marcello, Silvio, Sharpless, Ping, Falke, Escamillo, Valentin, Gugliemo, John Plake, Melitone, Faninal, Harlekin, Mercutio, but also Verdian and dramatic roles, such as Conte di Luna, Rodrigo, Ford, Amonasro, Rigoletto, Ezio, Germont, Macbeth, Don Carlo in Forza, Tonio, Scarpia, Zurga, the four villains in Hoffmann.
He has lately been engaged in Macbeth at the Opera in Tours in the title role.