Canadian actor, known for a 1980s Hollywood career as a teen idol, Corey Haim would be in 40 on December 23. But he could not do it never as she is no more in this world. The 80s child star, who starred in movies like “The Lost Boys, Silver Bullet, Murphy's Romance, License to Drive, Dream a Little Dream and “Lucas,” died unexpectedly last March. Known as The Two Coreys, the duo became 1980s icons and went on to star in seven further movies together, later starring in the A&E reality show The Two Coreys.
Oscars Snub Corey Haim was a top 11 story of 2011 for March. Here is the recap: (TMZ) Corey Feldman is upset that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences left his good pal Corey Haim off the Oscars "In Memoriam" segment -- saying the Academy does not "have a handle on who the public adores." Feldman tells TMZ he's particularly upset since the same "public outcry" occurred after Haim was left off the SAG memorial as well.
Feldman tells us, "Corey's films have earned the industry over a half a billion dollars and his work remains an inspiration to young artists world wide ... Corey dedicated his life to the film industry. The same industry that failed to dedicate even 30 seconds to his memory." His death is really a great loss for Hollywood.