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The Passing of Corey Haim

by JewishJournal.com

March 10, 2010 | 4:09 pm

A young Corey Haim

The Passing of Corey Haim:

Haim was reported to be in two films scheduled for a 2010 release: The Pick Up and SAD (Standard American Diet).  There is a video of his interview just last month here on ETONLINE.com.

With his death, apparently from a drug overdose, reported this morning, we honor him with a list of his career highlights:

Culled from his Wikipedia page.

Born December 1971 in Toronto, Canada

-  1984:  Haim made his first cinematic appearance in the feature film, Firstborn, which starred Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey Jr.

-  1985: Silver Bullet, playing a paraplegic boy alongside Gary Busey.

-  1986:  major break, billed as the main star alongside Kerri Green, Charlie Sheen, and Winona Ryder in the popular movie Lucas

- 1987, Haim had a featured role in Joel Schumacher’s vampire film The Lost Boys, alongside Jason Patric and Kiefer Sutherland.

-  1990s:  Haim’s first film after the Me, Myself and I documentary was The Dream Machine, a direct-to-video film released in 1990. Haim co-starred with Patricia Arquette in Prayer of the Rollerboys. He continued starring in direct-to-video films, including Blown Away,[9] The Double 0 Kid and Oh, What a Night.

-  On December 4, 2006, Haim began taping an improv/reality show with Feldman titled The Two Coreys. The show premiered on the A&E Network on July 29, 2007. Haim and Feldman signed on for a second season of the show, which aired starting June 22, 2008.

-  February 2008, filming resumed in Vancouver for Lost Boys: The Tribe. Haim reversed his previous decision to not participate in the film, but did not appear on-screen until the closing credits.

-  2008:  Haim joined the cast of Shark City, which filmed in Toronto with Vivica Fox, Carlo Rota, David Phillips, and Jefferson Brown, and premiered in 2009

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