George Aggelidis was born in 1995 in Athens, Greece. He studied at the department of English Language and Literature of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, majoring in Literature and Culture. He was born an avid reader and soon thereafter he discovered his love for writing.
At the age of fourteen he began writing his first full-length literary work, the fantasy trilogy Estelarion, which he completed at the age of nineteen and which was subsequently published and republished in Greece. In 2017, his play Dikos Sou won the audience award at the 6th Queer Theater Awards. In 2018, his short screenplay Cicada received the finalist laurels in the 13HORROR.COM Film and Screenplay Contest and was published in the United States. In 2019, Cicada won the Award for Best Short Script in the Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition, also receiving a Spotlight award for Courage and Fortitude. Until today, Aggelidis has published several short stories for charity.