Denise DuBarry Biography – Denise DuBarry Wiki
Denise DuBarry Hay was an American actress, businesswoman, film producer, and philanthropist.
DuBarry Hay began her career as an actress in such TV series with a recurring role as nurse Samantha Greene Moore on Robert Conrad’s “Black Sheep Squadron”; and showed up on the soap opera “Days of Our Lives”, “CHiPs” and “The Love Boat” and the Oscar-winning film, “Being There.” DuBarry also appeared in The Devil and Max Devlin (1981) and Monster in the Closet (1986).
Bill and Denise Hay founded Thane International in 1990 after Denise produced an infomercial in 1987 for a video titled, “Play the Piano Overnight.” She was still married to actor Gary Lockwood of the time, but she was credited with raising the production and marketing funds and helping the video sell hundreds of thousands of copies.
After selling Thane International, the Hays started Kaswit, Inc., an incubator for home and health products, including the book “Don Sullivan’s Secrets to Training the Perfect Dog” and training accessories.
In 1998, she was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and in 2000 Response Magazine included her in its list of the “21 People Leading Us Into the 21st Century.”
Denise DuBarry was also a leading philanthropist in the Coachella Valley who was especially involved in the Olive Crest nonprofit for abused and at-risk children.
DuBarry Hay was a founder and president of the Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, and helped to distinguish the Coachella Valley as a separate film market from the Inland Empire for location talent scouts and producers shooting movies. She executive produced and acted in a recent movie screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, “Walk to Vegas,” produced by Waltrip.
They owned a vacation rental company, Hanalei Honu Hale, near their summer home in Hawaii, and DuBarry Hay had recently opened her second yoga studio, Vikram Yoga Plus, in Palm Springs. She also owned an organic restaurant, Wildest Greens, in Palm Desert and her son, Adam Hay, ran an organic turmeric farm, Secret Beach Organics, in Hawaii.
Denise DuBarry Age
She was born on March 6, 1956 in Killeen, Texas. She died on March 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California aged 63.
Denise Dubarry Husband
She married her first husband Connolly Kamornick Oyler on 14 December 1975 until their divorce in 1976. She married her second husband actor Gary Lockwood of “2001: A Space Odyssey” in 1982 until their 1988 divorce. She married her third husband William Hay in 1992 to the time of her death on 23 March 2019.
Denise Dubarry Children
Her children include Adam, Whitney Hay, Kyle Hay and actress Samantha Lockwood.
Denise Dubarry Family
DuBarry Hay’s parents are Pete DuBarry and Betty DuBarry Stein. She has three sisters who live in the Coachella Valley, Audrey Walter, Diana DuBarry and Suzanne DuBarry.
Denise Dubarry Death
She died on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after battling a deadly fungus. She was 63.
Denise Dubarry Cause of Death
Denise Dubarry’s cause of death was a rare fungal illness.
Denise Dubarry Net Worth
DuBarry Hay had an estimated net worth of $26 Million.
Denise DuBarry Nationality
She was of American nationality.
Denise Dubarry Movies
DuBarry appeared in Hal Ashby’s Being There (1979), The Devil and Max Devlin (1981) and Monster in the Closet (1986); had a recurring role as nurse Samantha Greene Moore on Robert Conrad’s Black Sheep Squadron; and showed up on the soap opera Days of Our Lives, CHiPs and The Love Boat.
DuBarry recently produced two films, Do It or Die (2017) and Walk to Vegas (2019), that screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.