- Doré (disambiguation)
Doré may refer to:
People with the surname Doré:
- André Doré (born 1958), former professional ice hockey player
- Daniel Doré (born 1970), former professional ice hockey right winger
- Edna Doré (born 1921), British actress
- Gustave Doré (1832–1883), French artist, engraver, illustrator and sculptor
- Jean Doré (born 1944), Canadian politician
- Julien Doré (born 1982), French singer
- Marie-Joseph-Camille Doré (born 1831), captain in the French navy
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