Corey Haim was born in Toronto, Ontario, to Judy Haim, an Israeli-born data processor, and Bernie Haim, a Canadian-born clothing sales representative. He has a sister, Carol, and a half-brother, Daniel. His family is Jewish.
Haim broke into the film industry in 1984, playing a young child caught up in a family war in the movie "Firstborn". The following year, he starred in the TV movie "A Time to Live", for which he received a Young Artist Award, and "Silver Bullet". "Lucas", in which he starred alongside Charlie Sheen, showed his acting abilities, but was not a big hit.
In 1987, he had a breakthrough when he played one of the major roles in Joel Schumacher's "The Lost Boys". He later starred in the films "License to Drive" and "Dream a Little Dream", but his output during the nineties onwards was disappointing. He died suddenly on March 10, 2010.
Name: Corey Haim
Known for: The Lost Boys
BirthDay: 23, Dec ,1971