Euripides was born in 480 BC on Salamis Island, Greece. They say it was the same day of the Persian War's greatest naval battle.
During his childhood Euripides was an actor. He then became a playwrite because he wanted to write plays of his own. Euripides was exposed to the great ideas and thinkers of the day, including Protagoras, Socrates, and Anaxagoras (source New World Encyclopedia)
There is not a lot on his School or College. They say he might have owned his own library, he also was also acquainted with many of the important philosophers (source Biography.com).
He was married twice "Melite and Choerine" but they don't know who he married first. He had three sons who were, Mnisilohos, Euripides and Mnisarhidis.
Though tragic in form, Alcestis 438 BC ends happily and took the place of the satyr play that normally followed the three tragedies (source Britannica.com).
Euripides was a famous playwrite. He was one of the most famous greek playwrites because he wrote about people more than gods. He wrote 91 plays. He was a welthey man who engaged in various public or political activities.
Euripides died during 406 BC in Macedonia. It was likely his first exposure to the harsh Macedonia winter which killed him (Rutherford 1996).