Actor John Steiner.
Sorry I've been so long in replying. I've been rooting through some old magazines and files to see if I can find anything for you. Sadly, there is very little on the film, which has always struck me as strange. It was pretty much overshadowed at the time by Mel Brook's inferior The Twelve Chairs, and the film has stayed stubbornly unfashionable.
Steiner only mentioned the film in passing in an interview in the early 70's, and quoted that Tate was a "lovely lady."
All the very best, Cranston
For his website go here:
Another artistic blogger has created a nice sketch of Sharon here:
And another person has began a Sharon Tate blog. She wrote and complimented me on mine. Thank you! Here is the link for her blog:
Good luck with your blog! The more the merrier for fans of Sharon!
Have you ever wondered what happened to Polanski directing Robert Harris' other best seller Pompeii?
Here is a video of Author Robert Harris talking about "The Ghost Writer" and comparing Polanski to Hitchcock: