Actress Denise DuBarry Hay dies at 63 rare fungus Infection


    Actress Denise DuBarry Hay who is popularly known for her role in the Oscar-winning movie ‘Being There’ and TV series as ‘Black Sheep Squadron’ and ‘CHiPs’ died on Saturday at the UCLA Medical Center.

    The Exact cause of her death is not yet made public but the late 63-year-old actress was suffering from a rare fungal infection which resulted in her death, DuBarry’s husband, Bill Hay, told in an interview to the Palm Springs Desert Sun.

    She had also starred in other popular TV shows such as ‘ The Love Boat,’ ‘Days of Our Lives’ and she has also been active in philanthropist work.

    DuBarry was also the founder and president of the Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, an organization aimed at bringing employment opportunities to Coachella Valley. She was also the founder and owner of Malibu Yoga

    Denise DuBarry Hay was born on March 6, 1956, to Adrian Pierre DuBarry and his wife, Betty Louise in Killeen, Texas. She married ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ star Gary Lockwood in 1982 but later got a divorce in 1988. She later Married Bill hay.