Corey Haim was born December 23, 1971, in Ontario, Canada. He was an actor who is best known for his role in the popular 1987 film The Lost Boys. His other notable films include Lucas, License to Drive, Murphy’s Romance and Dream a Little Dream. In the ’80s, he and frequent costar Corey Feldman, who was the same age, became teen idols known as “The Two Coreys”; in 2007, they costarred in the reality show The Two Coreys, which followed their adult relationship. In 1984, Corey broke into show business with a starring role in the TV show The Edison Twins, after which he had small parts in several movies. He then landed a starring role in the short-lived TV series Roomies, and then his film career began in earnest. Early in his career, Corey was nominated for five Young Artist Awards, winning two. He never married, but he dated many celebrities, including Alyssa Milano, Drew Barrymore, Nicole Eggert and Victoria Adams (now Victoria Beckham). After a decades-long battle with drug addiction, Corey died of an accidental overdose on March 10, 2010.
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