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DuBarry Hay began her early career acting at the age of 19, working on such notable
television shows as Black Sheep Squadron and Charlie’s Angels, among others.
Her feature film production company is Blue Moxie Entertainment (, whose
name is based on the concept that ideas seemingly come out of the Blue, and Moxie for the skill, courage and spirit one must summon in the face of a challenge.

In 2016, Blue Moxie Entertainment, working in association with two other entities, produced a feature film Do It or Die. The film was based on a true kidnapping story penned in 1979 by FBI agent Herb Clough. She also starred in the movie, directed by Jorn Winther of Denmark. The film had its sold-out world premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in 2017.

In 2015 she executive produced for Blue Moxie Entertainment the film Grow House, an urban comedy with Snoop Dogg, directed by DJ Pooh. Prior to that, her company produced the 2010 film, Shoot the Hero, directed by Christian Sesma. With actors Danny Trejo, Jason News, and her daughter Samantha Lockwood, who played the lead and received stellar reviews.

DuBarry Hay has been a producer on numerous projects, with a long list of credits. She previously was the president of Palm Springs Women in Film and Television. Pswift is an organization to which she has been dedicated since relocating from Los Angeles more than two decades ago. DuBarry Hay still serves on the board of directors. She helped augment the Palm Springs chapter of the organization. As such, she established, among other things, the Broken Glass Awards to honor those women instrumental in breaking through “the glass ceiling” in the industry and working to make a difference.