That Sharon Tate was an extremely beautiful young woman is evident from any picture you see of her. The huge doe eyes, the kilowatt smile, and the mane of sandy blonde hair combines to typify the glamour of 1960’s Hollywood.
But to focus on outer beauty alone would be an insult to Sharon’s character. Among an industry of temperamental starlets, everyone who met the Valley of the Dolls star remarked on how ‘unstarry’ she was. No-one I have spoken to about Sharon, who knew her at the time, could recall a tantrum, a strop or a hissy fit.
Photographer Terry O’Neill, who photographed Sharon during her pregnancy told me ‘Everybody loved Sharon, not just because she was so beautiful; she was a really decent, caring girl, the kind you’d want to take home to meet your mother’.
Indeed Sharon radiated goodness – she loved animals, children, her family, her work. At the time of her death, she had reached a halcyon period…
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