Matevž Biber was born in 1981 in Ljubljana. He studied under the mentorship of Jožica Avbelj and Dušan Mlakar at the Academy of Theater, Radio, Film and Television. He completed his studies in 2005 with graduation of “The Lonesome West” by Martin McDonagh, directed by Andrej Jus.
In 2007 he became a member of the Slovene national theatre Maribor. Among the many convincing stage interpretations, one can certainly point out the extraordinary roles he has created in this theatre.
He has appeared in episodic roles in the series Ena žlahtna štorija, Mame and Ekipa Bled, in the film of Miha Knific Vztrajanje he played the Priest, and collaborated as a mentor in projects Glej, Študent teater! and G2G, he collaborated as a co-mentor with Mary Ellen Ramasimanana Virtič of High School II. gimnazija Maribor, where he directed performances within the French Theater. At the invitation of Valentina Turcu, he collaborated with the SNG Maribor Ballet in the ballet Dangerous Liaisons at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and the Ljubljana Festival, and with the Theater Glej he performed in the Vladimir Maiakovski’s Misterio Bufo and Marko Bratuš’s Janezov pasijon, both directed by Bratuš.