Denise DuBarry

Actress and Activist
Born Mar 6, 1956

Denise DuBarry is an American actress, businesswoman, film producer, and philanthropist. She co-founded Thane International, Inc. a global leader in the direct response industry along with her husband, Bill Hay in 1990. She served as its Chief Creative Officer for 15 years 1990-2005.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Denise DuBarry.


1956 Birth Born in 1956.


1979 23 Years Old Director Hal Ashby cast her in a featured role in the 1979 film Being There.
1982 26 Years Old In 1982 DuBarry and Lockwood formed a production company, Xebec Productions and she began writing and fundraising for film development and production, while she continued to act.
1985 29 Years Old In 1985, she appeared in the cult film Monster in the Closet.


1986 30 Years Old In 1986, she appeared in the film Lethal (aka KGB, the Secret War) In 1987, she and a partner produced Play the Piano Overnight. … Read More
1990 34 Years Old …  She served as its Chief Creative Officer for 15 years 1990-2005. … Read More


2005 49 Years Old In 2005, DuBarry founded Kaswit, Inc., a direct response marketing company.


2006 50 Years Old Through her production company founded in 2006, Blue Moxie Entertainment, DuBarry produced the feature film, Shoot the Hero, which had its World Premiere at the 2010 Palm Springs International Film Festival. … Read More
2008 52 Years Old She fought to get the officially sanctioned "Oscar Night America" gala celebrating the Academy Awards to the Coachella Valley for 2008 and 2009. She serves as a trustee for Olive Crest homes for abused children. … Read More
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