I made a few digital screencaps here:
Pierce Brosnan is asked about his own loss and Polanski's (they both lossed wives to tragic deaths):
In 1991, you had to get over the cancer death of your wife Cassie. Is experiencing a personal tragedy, something that ties you to Roman Polanski? He had to cope with the 1969 murder of his pregnant wife Sharon Tate.
I think the man has suffered. Very much so. The death of Sharon - and in this brutal way with the murder of the unborn child in her womb. She was his light. I know that he has told me so himself.
Have you had the courage to address him on this tragedy?
Yes, at our first meeting at a lunch in Paris. Hey, he is Polish, I Irishman, which creates even sympathy. And somehow we both wear the same thing Cross: I lost my wife to cancer. Yes, we talked about our deceased loved ones. And he spoke of Sharon with so much tenderness, she was so close ... (Breaks off)
Her grief has influenced you deeply, and Polanski. Do you feel him so close?
Yes, I have sympathy for him. I also think that it was wrong what he did, in every respect - God! He has made bad decisions. But the court then, the 90 days in prison, the escape from justice, exile, and especially the shame - well, now the long arm of the law has taken hold of him, but now also makes it fast with your righteousness. Let dignity and compassion prevail, if only to the families and the children's sake! Families are much more affected than you can imagine. I plead for peace. It is enough.
This is from: http://piercebrosnan-greek-fans.blogspot.com/2010/04/pierce-brosnan-interview.html
And Sharon is mentioned here for attending Irvin High in El Paso, TX: