Corey Haim

After a meteoric rise to the top after only a few film and television roles, actor Corey Haim's once-promising career crashed and burned amidst a long struggle with drugs, leaving behind yet another tragic tale of ... Read more »
Born: 12/23/1971 in Toronto, Ontario, CA


Actor (42)

Paradise Bar 2014 (Movie)


Decisions 2011 (Movie)


Crank: High Voltage 2009 (Movie)

Randy (Actor)

The Two Coreys 2007 - 2008 (Tv Show)


Lost Boys: The Tribe 2007 (Movie)

Sam Emerson (Actor)

100 Greatest Teen Stars 2005 - 2006 (TV Show)


100 Greatest Kid Stars 2004 - 2005 (TV Show)


Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star 2003 (Movie)

Himself (Actor)

Corey Haim: The E! True Hollywood Story 2001 - 2002 (TV Show)


Big Wolf on Campus 1998 - 2001 (TV Show)


PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal 1996 - 2001 (TV Show)


The Back Lot Murders 2001 (Movie)


Demolition University 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)


Never Too Late 1997 (Movie)

Max (Actor)

Snowboard Academy 1997 (Movie)


Demolition High 1996 (Movie)

Lenny (Actor)

Fever Lake 1996 (Movie)


Busted 1995 (Movie)


Dream a Little Dream 2 1994 (Movie)

Dinger Holefield (Actor)

Fast Getaway II 1994 (Movie)

Nelson Potter (Actor)

Life 101 1994 (Movie)


National Lampoon's Last Resort 1994 (Movie)

Dave (Actor)

Blown Away 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


The Double O Kid 1992 (Movie)

Lance Elliot (Actor)

Oh, What a Night 1991 (Movie)

Eric (Actor)

Prayer of the Rollerboys 1991 (Movie)

Griffin (Actor)

Fast Getaway 1990 (Movie)

Nelson Potter (Actor)

The Dream Machine 1990 (Movie)

Barry Davis (Actor)

Dream A Little Dream 1989 (Movie)

Dinger (Actor)

License to Drive 1988 (Movie)

Les (Actor)

Watchers 1988 (Movie)

Travis (Actor)

Roomies 1986 - 1987 (TV Show)


The Lost Boys 1987 (Movie)

Sam (Actor)

Lucas 1986 (Movie)

Lucas (Actor)

Murphy's Romance 1985 (Movie)

Jake Moriarty (Actor)

Secret Admirer 1985 (Movie)

Jeff (Actor)

Silver Bullet 1985 (Movie)

Marty Coslaw (Actor)

First Born 1984 (Movie)

Brian (Actor)

A Time to Live (TV Show)


American Sunset (Movie)


Bloodsucking Cinema (TV Show)


Just One of the Girls (TV Show)

Producer (2)

Demolition High 1996 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Life 101 1994 (Movie)

(Associate Producer)


After a meteoric rise to the top after only a few film and television roles, actor Corey Haim's once-promising career crashed and burned amidst a long struggle with drugs, leaving behind yet another tragic tale of troubled child stars succumbing to their demons after falling out of favor in the fickle business of Hollywood. Though he had his start on Canadian television, Haim made his breakthrough with an award-worthy performance as the bespectacled, bug-collecting kid in the refreshing teen comedy, "Lucas" (1986). The next year, Haim reached the height of his career with a starring role in the Gen-X hit, "The Lost Boys" (1987), immediately joining Corey Feldman - later dubbed "The Coreys" - as one of the most popular teen stars of his time. Though he and Feldman had further success with the teen comedies "License to Drive" (1988) and "Dream a Little Dream (1989), Haim never again recaptured his fleeting glory. Just as fast as his rise, Haim plunged back down into eventual obscurity, thanks to an overindulgence in drugs and a long, steady stream of forgettable direct-to-video movies. Following a short stint with sobriety in the mid-2000s and an attempted comeback alongside Feldman with the sometimes disturbing reality show "The Two Coreys" (A&E, 2007-08), Haim seemed destined to remain yet another forgotten former child star. Though he continued to churn out straight-to-video movies both in the U.S. and his native Canada, he also began gaining a foothold back in the legitimate film business by landing roles in bigger budget films like "Crank: High Voltage" (2009) with Jason Statham and in indies like "American Sunset" (2010) and "Shark City" (2009). Though he had long been the Hollywood posterboy for career downfalls, many were still shocked and saddened at Haim's untimely end on March 10, 2010, just as it appeared the actor was making his long wished for comeback.


Victoria Beckham Actor

Began relationship 1995 No longer together Beckham revealed in 2008 interview with The Sun the only reason they briefly dated was because she had been a fan

Nicole Eggert Actor

co-starred in the direct to DVD movies, "Blown Away" (1992), "The Double-O Kid" (1992) and "Just One of the Girls" (1993) Engaged briefly in the early 1990s

Bernie Haim Actor


Judy Haim Actor


Cari Haim Actor


Robyn Lively Actor

Dated in the early 1980s co-starred with Haim and Corey Feldman in "Dream a Little Dream 2" (1995)

Alyssa Milano Actor

Dated from 1987-1990

Tiffany Shepis Actor

First met while filming "Fever Lake" (1996) and reunited years later announced their engagement in October 2008 planned to marry on May 9, 2009, but the wedding never took place they split in early 2009 due to Haim's issues with drug addiction

Lala Sloatman Actor

Niece of Frank Zappa co-starred in "Watchers" and "Dream a Little Dream " couple dated in the late 1980s during the peak of Haim's career



Appeared with Corey Feldman in the reality series "The Two Coreys" on the A&E Network


Had a cameo role appearance in "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star"


Was the subject of an "E! True Hollywood Story"


Appeared in "The Back Lot Murders" alongside Priscilla Barnes


Returned to acting with the direct-to-video "Without Malice"


Had a minor role in a television version of "Merlin"


Starred in and produced the direct-to-video "Demolition University"


Appeared in the sequel "Dream a Little Dream 2" with Feldman


Starred in a full motion video game called "Double Switch"


Again collaborated with Feldman for the direct-to-video "Blown Away"


Co-starred with Patricia Arquette in the indie feature "Prayer of the Rollerboys"


Starred in the direct-to-video release "The Dream Machine"


Released a self-promotional video documentary entitled "Corey Haim: Me, Myself, and I"


Appeared opposite Feldman in the film "Dream a Little Dream"; film spawned the number one single "Rock On" for Michael Damian, with the pair appearing in the video


Again collaborated with Corey Feldman for the teen comedy "License to Drive"


Had a featured role in Joel Schumacher's vampire film, "The Lost Boys"; first collaboration with Corey Feldman


Cast in the short-lived series "Roomies" (NBC)


Breakthrough role, playing the title role in "Lucas"


Played victim of muscular dystrophy in the NBC TV movie "A Time to Live"


Appeared in minor roles in "Secret Admirer" and "Murphy's Romance"


Made film debut in "Firstborn" opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey, Jr.


Began working in TV commercials in Canada


Cast on Canadian series "The Edison Twins"

Bonus Trivia


Corey Haim died from natural causes and a drug test "revealed no significant contributing factors" in his death. The coroner attributed the cause of death to three things: damage to the air sacs in his lungs, pneumonia and a hardening of his heart muscle with plaque build-up within the blood vessels.