Denise DuBarry

Denise DuBarry Hay, popularly known as Denise DuBarry was an American actress, businesswoman, film producer, and philanthropisto

Denise DuBarry Hay, popularly known as Denise DuBarry was an American actress, businesswoman, film producer, and philanthropist. She is best known for her role as nurse Lieutenant Samantha Green on the television series, Black Sheep Squadron and as Johanna Franklin in the film, Being There. She served as the Chief Creative Officer of a direct response industry company, Thane International, Inc, co-founded with her husband, Bill Hay. She was also a great philanthropist. She died at the age of 63 on 23 March 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Denise DuBarry, a member of the Black Sheep Squadron, died at the age of 63.

Denise DuBarry has passed away. On March 23, 2019, the Black Sheep Squadron star died at the age of 63 from a rare fungal disease. On Saturday, she passed away at UCLA Medical Center. Bill Hay, her husband, announced her death.

DuBarry was best known for her appearance on Black Sheep Squadron as Samantha Green and her film Being There. Throughout her career, she had acted in a number of television shows and films.

She is best known for her role as Lieutenant Samantha Green, a nurse on the Black Sheep Squadron.

Denise DuBarry’s Childhood

Denise DuBarry was born on March 6, 1956, in New York City. Adrian Pierre DuBarry was her father, and Betty Louise was her mother. Her birthplace was the US Army’s Fort Hood Army Base in Killeen, Texas. She was an American citizen. Pisces was her zodiac sign. Her family returned to Louisiana, where her father completed her master’s degree at Louisiana State University. Between the ages of two and ten, the family migrated to Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. The family relocated across California before settling in Granada Hills.

She went to Granada Hills for middle and high school. Later, her parents divorced. She had four younger brothers and sisters. When her mother was at work, she used to look after her brothers.

Early on in your career

She began practicing yoga in 1979. Malibu Yoga was then established and owned by her.

In her yoga studio, she had celebrity clients.

Until relocating in 1990, she gave the studio to a neighbor.

She was a partner in the Palm Desert, California-based Bikram Yoga University Village Workshop.

Career as an actress

She began working for her father’s paper export business, DuBarry International, when she was 18 years old.

She took acting classes at night while working there.

She landed a commercial appearance in a Chevrolet Camaro for Michelob Beer.

She also appeared in the children’s shows Magic Mongo and Wonder Woman as an extra.

She appeared on The Gong Show as “Ms. Hold the Mayo,” a beauty contestant.

She won “Most Photogenic” in Ms. Malibu, as well as many other beauty pageants.

She then appeared as a co-star in Deadman’s Curve, a CBS Movie of the Week.

In the second season of the NBC World War II television series Black Sheep Squadron, she was cast as a regular.

She also appeared in Charlie’s Angels, Trapper John, M.D., and Match Game ’78, all of which were famous television shows.

She starred in the feature film Being There in 1979.

In 1982, she co-founded Xebec Productions with her then-husband Gary Lockwood.

She started writing and fundraising for film creation and production in addition to acting.

In 1985, she starred in the cult film Monster in the Closet.

Dick Robertson, a mutual acquaintance, introduced her to her future husband Bill Hay. The president of Warner Bros Television Distribution at the time was Roberson.

Beat the Recession and a slew of other infomercials were created, made, and distributed by her and Bill.

Kaswit, Inc., a direct response marketing firm, was founded by her in 2005.

The infomercials “Pilates Power Gym” and “Secrets to Training the Perfect Dog” with Don Sullivan, “The DogFather,” are the company’s top direct response projects.

In 2006, she formed Blue Moxie Entertainment, a production company.

Shoot the Hero, a feature film, was made by the company. The film had its world premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in 2010.

What Caused Denise DuBarry’s Death?

She died at the age of 63 at UCLA Medical Center on 23 March 2019. Her husband, Bill Hay confirmed that DuBarry died after contracting a rare fungal illness.

Who was Denise DuBarry Married to?

DuBarry was married twice. She first married Gary Lockwood. They got married in 1982. The couple shared 1 child. They later got divorced in 1988. She then married Bill Hay. They met each other through their mutual friend, Dick Robertson.

What were Denise DuBarry’s Body Measurements?

Denise DuBarry stood at a height of 1.7 m i.e. 5 feet and 7 inches tall. She had a bodyweight of 126 lbs i.e. 57 kg. She had a slim body build. Her body measurements were 33-25-34 inches. She wore a bra of size 38B. She had blue eyes and her hair color was blonde.

What was Denise DuBarry’s Net Worth?

Denise DuBarry earned from her acting career as well as her involvement in the entertainment business. Working in the entertainment industry was her major source of income. Her net worth was estimated at $26 million.

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