Cassandra Harris, stage and screen actress and wife of...

Deaths elsewhere

December 31, 1991

Cassandra Harris, stage and screen actress and wife of actor Pierce Brosnan, died Saturday of ovarian cancer in Los Angeles. She was 39. Miss Harris played a countess opposite Roger Moore in the James Bond film "For Your Eyes Only," and appeared on "Remington Steele," the 1982-1987 NBC detective series in which her husband starred.

Elbert Weinberg, 63, a sculptor who gained worldwide acclaim for his works, died Friday in Hartford, Conn. The cause of death wasn't released. During his nearly half-century career, Weinberg won numerous awards, including the Prix de Rome in 1951, a Guggenheim fellowship in 1959 and the Sculpture Award from the American Institute of Arts and Letters in 1969. His works include "Holocaust Memorial," a 1980 bronze piece of three figures trapped between three 15-foot-high concrete columns bearing the names of concentration camps. It is on display in Wilmington, Del.


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