Audrey Boccara was born in Suresnes, France and started ballet at the age of 8. When she was 12, she began studying at the Paris Opera Ballet School. She attended the Royal Ballet School summer intensive that same year and continued at the National Conservatory of Paris from 2009 to 2013 where she graduated with honours. During her studies, she had the opportunity to perform variations from Giselle, Chopiniana, Diana and Actaeon and Raymonda, among others. With the variation of Nikiya from La Bayadère, Audrey won several gold medals and a national award at international dance competitions in Toulouse, Valenciennes and Biarritz in France.
After a year in the Junior Company of the National Conservatory of Paris, Audrey joined the Ballet Eddy Toussaint of Montreal in December 2014. She won the gold medal in June 2015 at the Danse Encore Festival Competition in Quebec, dancing the variation from Carmen. After attending the Ballet Jörgen Summer Intensive, Audrey became an apprentice with the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada.
In addition to ballet, Audrey received her secondary degree in Science and Mathematics with Honours (2013) and certificates in Anatomy, Music Education and Dance History at the National Conservatory of Paris.