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.