Larry King (US), Jonathan Ross (UK)
Doris is one of Cinderella's stepsisters, and first appears in Shrek 2, and is seen another time in Shrek the Third and Shrek Forever After. She has a sister named Mabel (who is on the side of the villains) and is included in Fiona's princess circle, even though she isn't a princess. She also seems to get along quite well with Cinderella.
She make appearance when the King (in disguise) was looking for her in which case she was turned around probably serving drinks to the customers. The King asked in whisper who could deal with a Ogre problem which everyone in the Bar heard. She points the there one guy in the back room that could handle a job like that , but he don't like to be disturbed. Later She is shown placing a bottle of milk for Puss, Shrek, and Donkey and asked Donkey "Why the long Face"? which Donkey kind of glared back. When they talking about about Prince Charming Donkey says that "He isn't all that good looking" but Doris says that He's Glorious! He has a face like it was craved by Angels *showing that she also has a crush on him*. At the end of the movie when everyone was celebrating at the Fiesta Doris appeared again when Charming look like he was wondering around says "Hello Glorious while placing her finger on his lips and purposely fall on top him while going for a kiss.
She made a brief speaking appearance at the party of The Orge triplets. And she said to Shrek when he got a ogre-crafted cake "Isn't he cute? He looks just like you!".
She is an unusually ugly female, and she works at The Poison Apple. She has a deep male voice. She sports make-up similar to that of a drag queen; which includes blue eye-shadow and prominent drawn-on eyebrows. She wears a crown braid and a purple floor length dress in all movies she is in. Many of the characters find her very unappealing, with some even doubting her gender. A few examples would be Fiona saying, "You go...girl?" during her singing performance of "Girls just wanna have fun" in Far Far Away Idol. Simon also accuses her of being ugly as well. In Shrek the Third, Snow White retracts her statement of how many beautiful princesses there were in the group when she looks at Doris, who responds by glaring at her. It is unknown why she has a male voice, though it could be to make her more unattractive.
- Doris is voiced by Larry King in the US version, and Jonathan Ross in the UK version.