Actress Denise end dubarry, who appeared in a number of popular tv shows such as “The Love Boat,” “CHiPs” and “Black Sheep Squadron” has died after a battle against a deadly fungus. She was 63.
Actress and producer Denise end dubarry, who appeared in a number of popular tv shows such as “Black Sheep Squadron” and “CHiPs” died on Saturday after battling an infection from a deadly fungus, her husband said. She was 63.
End dubarry has also appeared in films, including the Academy Award-winning film “being There” and in a number of programs such as “the Love Boat” and “Days of Our Lives.”
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End dubarry’s husband, Bill Hay, told the Palm Springs Desert Sun that the actress and philanthropist, died at UCLA Medical Center after fighting a deadly fungus.
End dubarry was the founder and president of the Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, which were aimed at more the production, the employment opportunities to the Coachella Valley. She was also involved in the Olive Crest, a non-profit organization that helps the “abuse and at-risk children,” the Palm Springs Desert Sun reported.
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End dubarry, a resident of Texas, was married to “2001: A Space Odyssey” star Gary Lockwood from 1982 to 1988, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She survived her husband William Hay, whom she married in 1992, her children — Adam, Whitney, Kyle and Samantha, also an actress — and two grandchildren.