Corey Feldman as Marcus Drummond in 'From Rags to Reuben' (2011)
 
 
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Corey Feldman
 
Corey Scott Feldman was born in Los Angeles, California, in  1971. He was the second of five children of Bob Feldman, a musician who had his own talent agency, and Sheila Goldstein. He has an older sister Mindy, a younger sister, Brittnie, and two younger brothers, Eden and Devin.
At the age of three, Corey Feldman starred in a Clio Award-winning McDonald's commercial, the first small step on the road to becoming a very successful child actor. He began his career with minor roles in television series such as Alice (1978) and Mork & Mindy (1980), before landing a regular part on the sitcom, The Bad News Bears (1980). His first film appearance was in Time After Time (1979),  which he followed up with a small speaking role in Walt Disney's The Fox & The Hound (1981).

Feldman's break-through roles which established him as the top child actor of his time came in two blockbuster movies. In the comedy horror Gremlins (1984) he played Pete Fountaine, whilst in The Goonies (1985), based on a Steven Spielberg story, he is cast as Mouth, one of a group of kids who embark on a wild adventure after finding a pirate treasure map.
Feldman had a memorable leading role as Teddy Duchamp, alongside River Phoenix and Kiefer Sutherland in the 1986 hit, Stand By Me, and a year later made his first on-screen appearance with his close friend Corey Haim in the cult hit The Lost Boys (1986). Feldman and Haim soon became known as 'The Two Coreys', and were widely followed in a number of pre-teen magazines such as BOP and Tiger Beat. They went on to star in a string of successful late-teen films including License to Drive (1988) and Dream a Little Dream (1989).

By the early 1990s Feldman grew tired of the "Corey Mania" and he and Haim decided to go their separate ways professionally, and focus on their own personal careers. Haim died in 2010 at the age of 38 of natural causes, although it was initially thought to be from an accidental drug overdose.

At the height of his popularity during the late '80s, Feldman partied wildly using alcohol and drugs to excess. Feldman's drug addictions became public knowledge, and he was arrested in 1990 for possessing heroin, requiring him to spend time in rehab.
Feldman's parents probably deserve some of the blame for the way he turned out. Apparently his parents squandered much of the money he earned in his youth, and Feldman was so upset about this that in 1986 when he was 15 years old, he sued to be 'legally divorced' from them.

After leaving rehab in the early '90s, he found that he was no longer 'hot property' in Hollywood. However, he has had a steady stream of roles as an adult actor (many of them quite insignifcant) in a number of films including the horror thriller Voodoo (1995); the comedy She's Too Tall (1999) with Brigitte Nielsen, and the horror film Seance (2001). In the comedy horror The Birthday (2004), a film that he feels to be his best work to date, Feldman plays Norman Forrester, a role that won him the 'Best Actor' award at the Luxemburg Film Festival in 2006.
Another award came by way of the thriller Terror Inside  (2008), in which Feldman starred as Allen, and won him a 'Crystal Reel' Best Actor Award. In the German comedy Lucky Fritz (2009), he plays a country bumpkin who, after being struck by lightning, becomes irresistable to everyone.
Feldman has also done a lot of TV work including ten episodes each of the series Dweebs (1995), and Splatter (2009) in which he played the title role of Johnny Splatter. There have also been TV movies like Legion (1998), Lovesick (2001), From Rags to Reuben (2011) and Crash & Burn (2012).
Depressed by his lack of film roles in the early 1990s, Feldman decided to reinvent himself as a pop singer. In 1993 he released his debut album Love Left, but unsurprisingly, the album sold poorly. His second album Still Searching for Soul also had no appeal for the record-buying public. Despite his lack of singing success, Feldman has continued to make new music albums, all of which have been commercial failures.
During the 1980s & 1990s, Feldman was a friend of Michael Jackson. He idolized him during the height of Jackson's career, and visited the famous Neverland Ranch on many occasions. However, the friendship ended when Jackson suspected that Feldman was going to write a 'tell-all' book about him.
In 2012, Feldman was a contestant in Series 7 of ITV's Dancing on Ice. He was paired with American professional skater Brooke Castile. He was eliminated by the judges in week 4, after losing a skate-off with Dallas actress Charlene Tilton.
Away from acting, Feldman supports a number of charities including PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals); the Amie Karen Cancer Fund, and the environmental charity, Global Green.

In 1989, at the height of his drug and alcohol fuelled partying, he married the actress Vanessa Marcil, but the marriage only lasted for two years. In 2002, Feldman married another actress Susie Sprague in a ceremony presided over by early 1990s rap artist, MC Hammer.  They had a son, Zen Scott Feldman, before they divorced in 2009.
Corey Feldman
Corey Feldman with Ciaran Brown
I met Corey Feldman when he was a guest at the London Film and Comic Con held at Earls Court in London in July 2011.  He signed a photo from The Goonies for me and I had my photo taken with him at the photoshoot.
Corey Feldman aged 19
Poster for 'Gremlins'
Corey Feldman & Corey Haim in 'Dream a Little Dream' (1989)
Corey Feldman with Michael Jackson
Corey Feldman & Jamieson Newlander in 'The Lost Boys' (1987)
Corey Feldman as Fritz in 'Lucky Fritz' (2009)
Corey Feldman signed photograph of him as Mouth in 'The Goonies' (1985)
Corey Feldman as Johnny Splatter in 'Splatter' (2009)
Poster for 'Stand By Me'
Corey Feldman with his ex-wife Susie Sprague
'The Goonies' dvd
Corey Feldman as Edgar Frog in 'The Lost Boys' (1986)
The Lost Boys dvd
Corey Scott Feldman was born in Los Angeles, California, in  1971. He was the second of five children of Bob Feldman, a musician who had his own talent agency, and Sheila Goldstein. He has an older sister Mindy, a younger sister, Brittnie, and two younger brothers, Edenan
Corey Feldman
Eden and Devin.
At the age of three, Corey Feldman starred in a Clio Award-winning McDonalds commercial, the first small step on the road to becoming a very successful child actor. He beganhis
Corey Feldman aged three in a commercial for McDonalds
began his career with minor roles in several television series including Alice(1978)
Alice (1978) and Mork & Mindy (1980), before landing a regular partonthe
Corey Feldman in 'The Bad News Bears' (1980)
Corey Feldman in 'Time After Time' (1979)
Corey Feldman was the voice of Copper in Walt Disney's 'The Fox and the Hound' (1981)
part on the sitcom, The Bad News Bears (1980). His first film appearance was as a boy  in a museum in Time After Time (1979), which he followed up with a small speaking role as a puppy called Copper in the Walt Disney animation feature film The Fox & The Hound (1981).
Corey Feldman in Time After Time
Copper in The Fox and the Hound
Feldman in The Bad News Bears
Feldman in the McDonalds commercial
Feldman's break-through roles which established him as the top child actor of his time, came in two blockbuster movies. In the award-winning comedy horror Gremlins (1984) he played Pete Fountaine.......
Corey Feldman as Mouth in 'The Goonies' (1985)
Corey Feldman as Mouth in The Goonies
Corey Feldman has signed this photo to me
Corey Feldman as Pete Fountain in 'Gremlins' (1984)
Corey Feldman as Pete Fountaine in Gremlins
Wiki - Gremlins (1984)
Fountaine, whilst in The Goonies (1985), based on a Steven Spielberg story, he is cast as Mouth, oneof
Corey Feldman as Billy in 'Mork & Mindy' (1980)
one of a group of kids who embark on a wild adventure after finding a pirate treasure map.
Corey Feldman in Mork & Mindy
Corey Feldman & River Phoenix in 'Stand By Me' (1986)
Corey Feldman & River Phoenix in Stand By Me
Feldman had a memorable leading role as Teddy Duchamp, alongside River Phoenix and Kiefer Sutherland in the 1986 hit, Stand
Stand By Me, the story of four young friends who go on an adventure to search for the body of a missing local teenager.
A year later made his first on-screen appearance with his close friend Corey Haim in the cult hit The Lost Boys (1986). Feldman plays Edgar Frog, one of two brothers who move to a new town  and are convinced that it is full of vampires. Feldman and Haim soon became known as 'The Two Coreys', and were widely followed in a number of pre-teen magazines such as BOP andTiger
Corey Feldman & Jamieson Newlander in
The Lost Boys
and Tiger Beat. They went on to star in a string of successful late-teen films including License to Drive (1988) and Dream a Little Dream (1989).
Corey Feldman in Splatter
Corey Feldman in Lucky Fritz
Feldman as Ricky Butler in The 'Burbs
As Drummond in From Rags to Reuben
As Edgar Frog in The Lost Boys
Corey Feldman & Corey Haim
Corey Feldman & Corey Haim
Corey Feldman & Corey Haim in 'License to Drive' (1988)
Corey Feldman photo in Teen Beat
By the early 1990s Feldman grew tired of the "Corey Mania" and he and Haim decided to go their separate ways professionally, and focus on their own personal careers. Haim died in 2010 at the age of 38 of natural causes, although it was initially thought to be from an accidental drug overdose.
Feldman & Haim in Dream a Little Dream
Haim & Feldman in License to Drive
At the height of his popularity during the late '80s, Feldman partied wildly using alcohol and drugs to excess. Feldman's drug addictions became public knowledge
accidental drug overdose.
knowledge, and he was arrested in 1990 for possessing heroin, requiring him to spend time in rehab.
Corey Feldman as Tommy Jarvis in
Feldman's parents probably deserve somewayhe
Corey Feldman as Tommy Jarvis (aged 12) in 'Friday the 13th Part V - New Beginning' (1985)
Friday the 13th (Part V)
some of the blame for the way he turned out. Apparently his parents squandered much of the money he earned in his youth, and Feldman was so upset about this that in 1986 when he was 15 years old, he suedto
Corey Feldman aged 19
sued to be 'legally divorced' from them.
Corey Feldman as Andy in 'Voodoo' (1995)
Corey Feldman as Andy in Voodoo
After leaving rehab in the early '90s, he found that he was no longer 'hot property' in Hollywood. However, he hashad
has had a steady stream of roles as an adult actor (many of them quite insignifcant) in a number of films including the horror thrillers The 'Burbs (with Tom Hanks) and Voodoo (1995); the comedy She's Too Tall (1999) with Brigitte Nielsen
Nielsen, and the horror film Seance (2001). In the comedy horror The Birthday (2004), a film that he feels to be his best work to date, Feldman plays Norman Forrester, a role that won him a 'Best Actor' award at the 2006 Luxemburg Film Festival.
Corey Feldman as Ricky Butler in 'The 'Burbs' (1989)
Another award came by way of the thriller Terror Inside  (2008), in which Feldman starred as Allen alongside Tanya Memme.  It won him a 'Crystal Reel' Best Actor Award. In the German comedy Lucky Fritz (2009), he plays Fritz,  a country bumpkin who is struck by lightning and then becomes irresistable to everyone.
Film poster for 'Terror Inside' (2008)
Poster for the film Terror Inside
Corey Feldman as Vic in the TV series 'Dweebs' (1995)
Corey Feldman as Vic in Dweebs
Corey Feldman as Kalfu in 'The Zombie King' (2013)
The Zombie King
Corey Feldman as Kalfu in
One of Corey Feldman's most recent roles was as Kalfu, the Godof
During the 1980s & 1990s, Feldman was a friend of Michael Jackson. He idolized him during the height of Jackson's career, and visited the famous Neverland Ranch on many occasions. However, the friendship ended when Jackson suspected that Feldman was going to write a 'tell-all' bookabout ................
God of Malevolence, in the comedy horror The Zombie King (2013), which was filmed in the Somerset towns of Shepton Mallet and Wells.
Depressed by his lack of film roles in the early 1990s, Feldman decided to reinvent himself as a pop singer. In 1993 he released hisdebut
Corey Feldman's first album 'Love Left'
his debut album Love Left, but unsurprisingly, the album sold poorly. His second album Still Searching for Soul also had no appeal for the record-buying public. Despite his lack of singing success, Feldman has continued to make new music albums, all of which have been commercial failures.
Feldman's album Love Left
Corey Feldman - Official Website
Corey Feldman with Michael Jackson
book about him.
Corey Feldman with his professional skating partner Brooke Castile in 'Dancing on Ice' Series 7
In 2012, Feldman was a contestant
contestant in Series 7 of ITV's Dancing on Ice. He was paired with American professional skater Brooke Castile. He was eliminated by the judges in week 4, after losing a skate-off with Dallas actress Charlene Tilton.
Corey Feldman & Brooke Castile
Away from acting, Feldman supports a number of charities including PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment ofAnimals
of Animals); the Amie Karen Cancer Fund, and the environmental charity, Global Green.
Corey Feldman & ex-wife Susie Sprague
In 1989, at the height of his drug and alcohol fuelled partying, Corey Feldman married the actress Vanessa Marcil, but the marriage only lasted for two years. In 2002, Feldman marriedanother
I took this photo of Corey Feldman when I met him in 2011
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Todd meets Copper (The Fox and the Hound)
Wikipedia - The Lost Boys (1987)
Wikipedia - The Goonies (1985)
Corey Feldman & Michael Jackson
Corey Feldman remembers Corey Haim
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married another actress Susie Sprague in a ceremony presided over by early 1990s rap artist, MC Hammer.  They had a son, Zen Scott Feldman, before they divorced in 2009.
Corey Feldman at the London Film & Comic Con in July 2011
Ciaran Brown