LifeDoré was born in Alès (Gard), and grew up in Lunel.
After taking his baccalauréat littéraire at the college Louis Feuillade, he attended the École des Beaux-Arts of Nîmes for five years.
He is the founder of the group Dig up Elvis, with which he played in the bars of Nîmes.
At that time, beer was the currency in which he was paid.
In 2006, he created with Guillaume de Molina the project "The Jean d'Ormesson disco suicide", "protean group" which covered pop and disco hits.
In June 2007, Doré was voted number one in French Elle Magazine's "15 Sexiest Men" poll.
He used to date Louise Bourgoin (ex-TV presenter on Canal+ channel) but they have been separated since March 2009.Nouvelle StarIn 2007, Doré was selected at the casting session in Marseille for the fifth season of the music competition Nouvelle Star, where he presented himself with a ukulele.
At the beginning, he only participated in the casting to get free publicity for his band.
He convinced the jury when he sang "A la faveur de l'automne" (originally by Tété).
His most memorable performances and revelations were while singing "Moi...
Lolita" (Alizée) and "...Baby One More Time" (Britney Spears), dance music songs, in acoustics.
He won the finale against Tigane.Musical careerJulien Doré has had a prosperous musical career after winning Nouvelle Star with three studio albums, Ersatz (2008), Bichon (2011) and Løve (2013), all reaching top four on the official French Albums Chart.
He has also gained chart success in Belgium and Switzerland.In 2009, he recorded a duet with Cœur de Pirate of her song, "Pour un infidèle." A video was released to promote the song, showing the two as a 1960's-era celebrity couple.
Also in 2009, Doré recorded the song "Helsinki" with French singer Mélanie Pain.
Doré also collaborated with French chanteuse Sylvie Vartan on her 2010 album release, Soleil bleu.
Kiss Me Forever
Pour Un Infidèle
Paris-Seychelles (Leomeo Ibiza Sunset Radio Mix)
Dance with My Music
Les Bords De Mer
Anne Cherchait L'amour