July 1, 2022

Denise DuBarry Bio, Age, Husband, Cause of Death, Yoga, Movies and Net Worth

Denise Dubarry Bio

Denise DuBarry born on March 6, 1956 was an American actress, businesswoman, film producer, and philanthropist. She was a co-founder of Thane International, Inc., a direct response industry company along with her husband, Bill Hay, in 1990. She was the company’s Chief Creative Officer for 15 years, from 1990–2005. As an actress, she is popular for her role as nurse Lieutenant Samantha Green, on the television series Black Sheep Squadron, and as Johanna Franklin in the film Being There.

Denise DuBarry Age

Born on 6th March, 1956, Denise was 63 years old at the time of her death in March 23rd 2019.

Denise Dubarry Husband

She was married to Gary Lockwood from 1982 to 1988 when they got divorced. Later she got married to William Hay 1992.

Denise DuBarry Family

Born in Killeen, Texas, at Fort Hood Army Base, Denise is the daughter of Adrian Pierre DuBarry and his wife, Betty Louise . Later, her family moved back to Louisiana where they were originally from so that her father could finish his master’s degree at LSU in Baton Rouge. The family afterwards moved to Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala and Costa Rica, where DuBarry grew up from ages 2 to 10, and learned to speak fluent Spanish. The family kept moving throughout California, eventually settling in Granada Hills, California, where Denise attended middle school and high school. Being the eldest of five children, at 14 she watched after her siblings while her mother worked, after her parents divorced.

Denise Dubarry Yoga

DuBarry began practicing yoga in 1979. She was the founder and owner of Malibu Yoga as of 1986 which catered to a celebrity clientele. When she relocated, in 1990, she gave the studio to a friend . Denise was a partner in Palm Desert, California’s Bikram Yoga University Village Studio.

Career

When she was 18 years old , she went to work for her father in his paper export business, DuBarry International, and took acting lessons at night with Milton Katselas and Charles E. Conrad. She was featured in commercials for Michelob Beer, Chevrolet Camaro and worked as an extra in the kid’s shows, Magic Mongo, Wonder Woman and she made an appearance on The Gong Show as beauty contestant, “Ms. Hold the Mayo”.

She was a contestant in several real beauty contests including Ms. Malibu where she won “Most Photogenic”. She was chosen to co-star in a CBS Movie of the Week, Deadman’s Curve. She got a regular role in the second season of the NBC World War II television series, Black Sheep Squadron, and had bit-parts in popular television shows, including Charlie’s Angels. Trapper John, M.D. and Match Game ’78. Director Hal Ashby cast her in a featured role in the 1979 film Being There.

Having co-starred together in the 1980 television movie Top of the Hill, DuBarry and husband Gary Lockwood formed a production company, Xebec Productions, in 1982, and she began writing and fundraising for film development and production, while she continued to act. She made an appearance in the cult film Monster in the Closet, in 1985.

She met Bill Hay, her future husband through mutual friend Dick Robertson, then president of Warner Bros. Television Distribution. The couple formed and produced and distributed, Beat the Recession and a slew of other infomercials.

Denise Dubarry Restaurant

On January 15th, 2018, DuBarry opened an all-organic restaurant, Wildest Greens, as a way of sharing her healthy outlook when it comes to food. The Restaurant offers highly-skilled fusion techniques using organic, nutritious ingredients.

Denise Dubarry Net Worth

She had an estimated net worth of $26 Million.

Denise Dubarry Movies

  • Monster In The Closet (Movie)
  • Trapper John, M.D. (TV Show)
  • Charlie’s Angels (TV Show)
  • The Love Boat (TV Show)
  • The Devil And Max Devlin (Movie)
  • A Man Called Sloane (TV Show)
  • Being There (Movie)
  • Skateboard (Movie)

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Denise Dubarry Death and Cause Of Death

She died on 23 March 2019 as a result of a deadly fungus at a Hospital in Los Angeles.