Denise DuBarry, actress of the "Black Sheep Squadron", who died at age 63 after battling a deadly fungal infection



Actress and producer Denise DuBarry, who has participated in many popular television shows, including "Black Sheep Squadron" and "CHiPs," died Saturday after battling an infection caused by a deadly mushroom, announced her husband. She was 63 years old.

DuBarry has also appeared in the Oscar-winning film "Being There" and other television programs such as "The Love Boat" and "Days of Our Lives".

PRIYANKA CHOPRA AND SOPHIE TURNER SUNNY ON YACHT WHEN JONAS BROTHERS SUPPORTS NEW PROJECT

DuBarry's husband, Bill Hay, told Palm Springs Desert Sun that the actress and philanthropist had died at UCLA's medical center after fighting a deadly mushroom.

DuBarry was the founder and president of Palm Springs Women and Cinema, which sought to create more production jobs in the Coachella Valley. She has also been involved in Olive Crest, a non-profit organization that helps "abused and at-risk children," Palm Springs Desert Sun reported.

CCLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

DuBarry, a native of Texas, was married to the star of "2001: The Space Odyssey," Gary Lockwood, from 1982 to 1988, according to the Hollywood Reporter. She is survived by her husband, William Hay, whom she married in 1992, her children – Adam, Whitney, Kyle and Samantha, also an actress – and two grandchildren.


Source link