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EntertainmentDenise DuBarry Hay Dies: Coachella Valley Film Advocate Was 63

21:10  25 march  2019
21:10  25 march  2019 Source:   deadline.com

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Denise DuBarry Hay , a staunch advocate of the film industry in the Coachella Valley , died Saturday at UCLA Medical Center after battling a deadly She was 63 and her death was confirmed by her husband, Bill Hay . DuBarry Hay began her career as an actress, apppearing in the TV series Black

Denise DuBarry Hay , a staunch advocate of the film industry in the Coachella Valley , died Saturday at UCLA Medical Center after battling a deadly fungus. She was 63 and her death was confirmed by her husband, Bill Hay . DuBarry Hay began her career as an actress, apppearing in the TV series Black

Denise DuBarry Hay Dies: Coachella Valley Film Advocate Was 63 © 2017 Getty Images Denise DuBarry attends the 28th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Film Awards Gala at the Palm Springs Convention Center on January 2, 2017 in Palm Springs, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Denise DuBarry Hay, a staunch advocate of the film industry in the Coachella Valley, died Saturday at UCLA Medical Center after battling a deadly fungus. She was 63 and her death was confirmed by her husband, Bill Hay.

DuBarry Hay began her career as an actress, appearing in the TV series Black Sheep Squadron and CHiPs, as well as the film “Being There.”

Denise DuBarry Hay Dies: Coachella Valley Film Advocate Was 63 © 2012 NBCUniversal, Inc. Clockwise from top left -- Kathy McCullen as Nurse Ellie, Nancy Conrad as Nurse Nancy Gilmore, Brianne Leary as Nurse Susan Webster, Denise DuBarry as Nurse Samantha Green, (center) Robert Conrad as Maj. Greg 'Pappy' Boyington (Photo by Frank Carroll/Frank Carroll/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) But the business world was calling, and in 1990 she co-founded Thane International, a global direct response company, with husband, Bill Hay. The company was formed after Denise produced an infomercial in 1987 for a video, “Play the Piano Overnight.”  The video became the basis for an “Overnight Music” series for Thane.

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Denise DuBarry Hay , the actress best known for her roles on CHiPs and Black Sheep Squadron, died over the weekend. She was 63 . In addition to her time on the screen, DuBarry Hay worked to build a film industry in the Coachella Valley , where she became involved in the Olive Crest nonprofit for

Denise DuBarry Hay , the actress best known for her roles on CHiPs and Black Sheep Squadron, died over the weekend. She was 63 . In addition to her time on the screen, DuBarry Hay worked to build a film industry in the Coachella Valley , where she became involved in the Olive Crest nonprofit for

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 Hay Dies: Coachella Valley Film Advocate Was 63 © YouTube DuBarry became one of the leading philanthropists in the Coachella Valley, helping the Olive Crest nonprofit for abused and at-risk children. She was also a founder and president of the Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, working to separate the Coachella Valley as a film market for producers.

But she also kept her acting roots. She executive produced and acted in a film screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Walk to Vegas, produced by Kim Waltrip.

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Denise DuBarry Hay , a renaissance woman who worked to build a film industry in the Coachella Valley , died at UCLA Medical Center Saturday afternoon after battling a deadly fungus, her husband, Bill Hay , reported. She had just turned 63 . DuBarry Hay , who began her career as an actress in such

Tragic news as actress, producer, and Palm Springs Women in Film and Television founder Denise DuBarry has passed away at 63 after battling a deadly fungus, her DuBarry gained a following after her role as Nurse Greene in Black Sheep Squadron and she appeared in two titles of interest to the […]

Survivors include her husband, Bill, and son, Adam; her parents, Pete DuBarry and Betty DuBarry Stein;  and children Samantha Lockwood of Honolulu, Kyle Hay of Orange County, and Whitney Hay, a USC student; and three sisters, Audrey Walter, Diana DuBarry and Suzanne DuBarry, and two grandchildren.

A private celebration of life will be held in April, according to her husband.

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