Read Full Obit Here: Denise DuBarry Hay, described by NBC Palm Springs as a "local icon" for her philanthrophy, as a co-founder of the global direct response company Thane International, and for founding Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, died Saturday at UCLA Medical Center after battling a fungus.
She was 63.
Born March 6, 1956, in Killeen, Texas, Dubarry Hay was a familiar face in commercials and was "Ms. Hold the Mayo" on an episode of The Gong Show before making her legit acting debut in the TV movie Deadman's Curve in 1978. She was a series regular on the Robert Conrad drama Black Sheep Squadron in 1978, and made guest appearances on such popular shows as Match Game (1978), CHiPs (1978-1979), Charlie's Angels (1977 & 1981), The Love Boat (1981), and Days of Our Lives (1990-1993).hby-directed Being There (1979), starring Peter Sellers. She also appeared in The Devil and Max Devlin (1981), Beyond Reason (1985), KGB: The Secret War (1985), and the cult classic Monster in the Closet (1986) before a long absence from film.