Anthony Courret trained at Cours Flourent, directed by Jean-Pierre Garnier and Michel Fau. In particular, he performed in Nous mourrons et vous nous oublierez, based on La Supplication, by Sergueï Alexievitch, at Théâtre 71, in Malakoff, and was directed by Caroline Carpentier in Occupe-toi d’Amélie!, by Georges Feydeau, at Théâtre Le Trianon.
In October 2002, he became part of Dramaticules and has since participated in all its productions : he performed the roles of Glamiss and the Officer in Macbett, by Ionesco (2004/05), the roles of Tubb and Lobb in Hot House by Harold Pinter (2007/08), the roles of Cat and Slug in Un Pinocchio de moins ! (2008/09), the First Guard in Salomé by Oscar Wilde (2010/11), the roles of Hastings and a Murderer in Richard III, by William Shakespeare (2012/13), the role of Ludovic-Ludo in Affreux, bêtes et pédants, a piece which he co-wrote (2013/14), the role of Venceslas in the Dramaticules production of Ubu Roi (2014/15), the role of the Duke in Don Quichotte (2015/16), the role of Polonius in Hamlet (2018/19) and the roles of Cat, Peasant and Coachman in Pinocchio (2020/21). He has also performed in numerous short films by Alice Voisin: Le Départ in 2010, La Vie, c‘est pourri in 2014 and Aucun chemin de fleurs in 2015.