Doria began her career on the renowned french talk show “Le Grand Journal” as ‘Miss Météo’ - where she did comedy skits in the form of daily weather reports which she wrote herself. Since then, she has played the role of ‘Sarah Adelman’ in the film “Monsieur et Madame Adelman”, which she co-wrote with Nicolas Bedos, and for which Doria was nominated for Best Actress at the César awards and won Best Actress at the Cabourg Film Festival. She followed this by starring in the remake of the Italian comedy “Nothing to Hide”, which was one of the biggest box office successes in France last year. Her most recent performances include that of ‘So’, an investigator of a mysterious technology start-up that ends up having a love affair with a refrigerator which possesses artificial intelligence in the offbeat and quirky comedy “All About Yves” - which premiered at Director’s Fortnight in Cannes. Most recently, she teamed up again with Nicolas Bedos to play the leading role of ‘Margot’ in “La belle époque” alongside Guillaume Canet, Daniel Auteuil, and Fanny Ardant. It premiered in Cannes and at the Toronto Film Festival, to critical acclaim.