Corey Scott Feldman (born July 16, 1971) is an American actor and
singer. He became well known during the 1980s, with roles as a youth
in films such as
The Goonies (1985) and Stand by Me
(1986). In 1987, Feldman starred in the horror comedy film The Lost
Boys with Corey Haim; they became known as "The Two Coreys" and went
on to appear in other films together, including License to Drive
(1988) and Dream a Little Dream (1989).
Feldman released his memoir, Coreyography, in 2013, in which he
recounted the sexual abuse he experienced in the 1980s.
1 Early life
2 Early career
3 Later career
5 Awards and recognition
6 Personal life
6.1 Michael Jackson
7.2 Short subjects
7.3 Video games
8 Television work
12 External links
Feldman was born in Reseda, California, the son of musician Bob
Feldman and cocktail waitress Sheila Feldman. Feldman was raised
Jewish, and also holds beliefs in the paranormal. He has an
older sister Mindy, a former member of The New Mickey Mouse Club, two
younger brothers, Eden and Devin, and a younger sister, Brittnie.
Feldman at the Academy Awards in March 1989
Feldman started his career at the age of three, appearing in a
McDonald's commercial. In his youth he appeared in over 100
television commercials and on 50 television series, including The Bad
News Bears, Mork & Mindy, Eight is Enough,
One Day at a Time
One Day at a Time and
Cheers. He debuted in the films Time After Time and Disney's The Fox
and the Hound. In 1981, he appeared in NBC's musical comedy children's
special How to Eat Like a Child alongside other future child stars
Billy Jacoby and Georg Olden.
Feldman then went on to be featured in several consecutive
high-grossing movies. The movies included Friday the 13th: The Final
The Goonies (1985), and Stand By Me
(1986), the latter alongside River Phoenix, Wil Wheaton, and Jerry
O'Connell. In 1987, Feldman appeared with
Corey Haim in The Lost
Boys, in which he played Edgar Frog, a role he reprised in two
sequels, Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008) and Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010).
The Lost Boys
The Lost Boys marked the first onscreen pairing of Feldman and Haim,
who became known as "The Two Coreys". The pair went on to star
in a string of films, including
License to Drive
License to Drive (1988) and Dream a
Little Dream (1989). Feldman also did the voice of Donatello
in the original live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.
After a public battle with drugs, Feldman fought to re-establish
his life and career by working with youths, starring in several
lesser-known films, and branching out with an album entitled Love
Left. He returned to the big screen with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
III where he again did the voice of Donatello, and starred in the
Richard Donner/Robert Zemeckis/
Joel Silver film Tales From The Crypt
Presents: Bordello of Blood, opposite
Dennis Miller and Angie
He continued working with his friend
Corey Haim on independent films,
including a sequel to their last mainstream film together, Dream a
Little Dream 2. In 1996, Feldman directed his first and only motion
picture, a slapstick comedy called Busted where Haim played a leading
role. This would be the last film that they would do as the Two
Coreys. (Haim died in 2010.) In the late 1990s, Feldman starred in the
CBS series Dweebs and then released his second album, Still Searching
for Soul, with his band Corey Feldman's Truth Movement. In 1996,
Feldman appeared alongside his former Stand By Me co-star Jerry
O'Connell in the episode "Electric Twister Acid Test" of the Fox
Network series Sliders. In 1999, Feldman appeared in New Found
Glory's "Hit or Miss" music video as Officer Corey Feldman. In
1999, he made an appearance in the television series The Crow:
Stairway to Heaven.
In 2002 Feldman released a solo album, Former Child Actor, and
promoted it with a second US tour. In 2003 he appeared in the
first celebrity-driven reality series
The Surreal Life
The Surreal Life on The WB.
On the show, he publicly married Susie Sprague. He also made a
cameo appearance in the film Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
starring David Spade. He appeared in the
Moby music video "We Are
All Made of Stars". In 2004 Feldman made a cameo appearance in the
independent sci-fi comedy Space Daze which was distributed by Troma
Entertainment in 2005, and starred in the made-for-TV slasher
Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys
Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys which aired December 18,
2004 on NBCUniversal's
Syfy network. In 2005 Feldman made his stage
debut in the positively reviewed off-Broadway play Fatal Attraction, a
Greek Tragedy, a parody of the seminal 1987 film Fatal Attraction
directed by Timothy Haskell. Feldman played the lead
character, named Michael Douglas. Feldman appeared in the theatrical
My Date with Drew
My Date with Drew and was the voice of "Sprx-77" in the Toon
ABC Family series Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!.
In 2007 Feldman and
Corey Haim began a scripted reality television
The Two Coreys on the A&E Network. Haim and
Feldman began taping on December 4, 2006. The show premiered on July
29, 2007. In the winter of 2007, Feldman's new film, Terror
Inside, was released after the premiere of the A&E show. It was
filmed in the Greater Orlando area by Minott Lenders, an independent
film company based in Florida. In January 2008,
Feldman, his wife, and Haim started production on the second season of
the television show The Two Coreys. Feldman was also executive
producer for both seasons.
In 2010 Feldman made an appearance in the music video for "1983" by
Neon Trees. He served as an official festival judge in May 2011
for the 4th annual
Noor Iranian Film Festival in Los Angeles. Feldman
also appeared in the music video for Katy Perry's 2011 single "Last
Friday Night". In summer 2011, Feldman started shooting for the
horror film Six Degrees of Hell in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. The
majority of the film was shot at the Hotel of Horror haunted
In January 2012 Feldman joined the British television show Dancing on
Ice with American pair skater Brooke Castile, and was eliminated
in the fourth week of the show. Feldman appeared in an episode of
the TV show Border Security: Canada's Front Line aired in September
2012; he was entering
Vancouver International Airport
Vancouver International Airport to
work on the
USA Network series Psych. In April 2013, Feldman also
appeared in the music video for Mac Miller's single "S.D.S.". In
October 2013, Feldman appeared in the music video for "City of Angels"
by Thirty Seconds to Mars.
On October 28, 2013, Feldman released his first memoir, Coreyography.
The book details his early life as a child actor all the way up to the
death of his best friend Corey Haim. It also discusses his struggles
with addiction and as a victim of Hollywood child sexual abuse. In
January 2014, Feldman started hosting a show on Battlecam.com called
In 2015 Feldman and his girlfriend, Courtney, appeared in episode 11
of the fourth season of the reality TV show Celebrity Wife Swap. His
girlfriend swapped with actor/comedian Tommy Davidson's fiancée,
In September 2016, Feldman made an appearance on the Today show to
support his album Angelic 2 the Core.
In March 2018, Feldman spoke at the New York State Capital in Albany,
New York in support of the Child Victims Act.
Awards and recognition
Feldman will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the third
annual Young Entertainer Awards in April 2018.
Feldman stated that he began the "Emancipation Proclamation in
Hollywood" at age 15, when he was granted emancipation from his
parents. He stated that he was worth $1 million by age 15, and by the
time the judge ordered the bank records to come forward, only $40,000
Feldman was married to actress
Vanessa Marcil from 1989 until
1993. He met actress and model
Susie Sprague in a nightclub in
January 2002; they married on October 30 that year, on the final
episode of the first season of The Surreal Life. The ceremony was
co-officiated by a rabbi and by M.C. Hammer, an ordained minister.
In October 2009, the couple split after seven years of marriage. Later
that month, Sprague filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable
differences. She sought full custody of their son, with Feldman having
visitation rights. She also sought spousal support. Feldman sought
joint custody and wanted the court to block Sprague's spousal support
demand. After a five-year process, the couple's divorce became
final in 2014.
Feldman is a Democrat and an advocate for animal welfare and animal
rights and has adhered to a vegetarian diet since he was about 13. He
appeared with his wife in a
PETA ad campaign promoting
vegetarianism. He was awarded the Paws of Fame Award by the
Wildlife Way Station for his dedication to animal rights.
In an August 2011 interview, Feldman said that the "number one problem
in Hollywood was, is and always will be pedophilia". He and his best
Corey Haim were victims of child molestation in the 1980s.
Feldman has also stated that he was molested by a man he has
identified only as "Ron Crimson", who worked as an assistant to
Feldman's father. Feldman has also identified "Ron" as having
facilitated his initiation into drug addiction.
On November 22, 2016, Feldman married long-time girlfriend Courtney
Anne Mitchell. The ceremony was officiated by producer Marklen
Kennedy, at Elton John's Fizz champagne lounge at
Caesars Palace in
On October 25, 2017, in response to the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse
allegations, Feldman started an
Indiegogo campaign to finance a film
about his life that will expose the secret child sexual abuse that he
claims is just as common in Hollywood as sexism and sexual
assault. This part of his life is also depicted in the
Lifetime Channel original movie A Tale of Two Coreys. On October 30,
he appeared on
The Today Show
The Today Show and named child agent Marty Weiss as one
of his abusers. On November 2, he appeared on
Dr. Oz and named
actor and former personal assistant Cloyd Jon Grissom as another one
of his abusers. On November 14, Feldman appeared on
Dr. Oz again
and named Alphy Hoffman, a former talent agent and owner of an
underage club in Hollywood, as another abuser.
On January 8, 2018, Feldman was accused of sexual battery. TMZ
reported "a woman walked into a police station Monday and filed a
report claiming Corey grabbed her ass in early 2017." On February
5, 2018, the
Los Angeles Police Department and
Los Angeles City
Attorney's office cleared him of the charges. Feldman will not be
facing sexual battery charges. On March 28, Corey was stabbed by
three men in attempted murder attack and was immediately
hospitalized. The case took an interesting turn when Los Angeles
Police Department said that they haven't seen any lacerations on
In February 2005, Feldman was subpoenaed to testify against Michael
Jackson in Jackson's child molestation trial. The singer was accused
of molesting a 15-year-old boy, believed to be a cancer survivor, who
spent time at Jackson's
Neverland Ranch and who appeared in Martin
Bashir's documentary Living with
Michael Jackson (2003). Feldman said,
"I started looking at each piece of information, and with that came
this sickening realization that there have been many occurrences in my
life and in my relationship to Michael that have created a question of
doubt." Conversely, he has spoken out in defense of Jackson in the
wake of Wade Robson's sexual molestation accusations. In 2013, he
explicitly denied that
Michael Jackson had molested children, saying
Jackson "was not that guy". In his autobiography, Coreyography, he
opened up about the sexual abuse he suffered, claiming that his
friendship with Jackson brought him back to normalcy and insisted that
Jackson never once acted inappropriately toward him.
However, Feldman accused
Michael Jackson of having damaged his
childhood by befriending and then abandoning him. The two had become
close after Feldman found fame as a young star in Gremlins, The
Goonies, and Stand by Me. Feldman admitted Jackson helped many
children by becoming a friend and mentor – but Feldman claimed
Jackson did more harm than good, by dropping kids when he grew bored
with them. The actor said, "He did real damage in my overall life. I
was a 12-year-old boy who was hurt by his family and ignored by people
at school. Michael would sit and talk to me for hours and he would
listen. Then he would get bored. The biggest thing that Michael's done
to children is befriending the ones that are in need and then
When Jackson died, Feldman dedicated a
Los Angeles hospital concert
with his rock band Truth Movement to the singer. Feldman told the
crowd Jackson was watching over the show. "I didn't feel I could pull
myself together to do a show tonight," Feldman told People magazine
after the show. "It's been really difficult, honestly. I'm all shaken
up right now. I had to do a lot of acting, basically, to get through
the last 48 hours". Of the events of the week Jackson died, said
Feldman, "It was shocking, and I think I'm still in shock, to an
extent. I don't think I have fully, completely come to terms with it
yet. I have waves and flashes. One moment, I feel fine and I'm myself.
Then all of a sudden, it hits me, and I go, 'Wow, he's really gone.'
It's very troubling."
Time After Time (1979) – Boy at Museum
The Fox and the Hound (1981) – Young Copper (voice)
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) – Tommy Jarvis
Gremlins (1984) – Pete Fountaine
Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) – Tommy Jarvis
The Goonies (1985) – Clark 'Mouth' Devereaux
Stand by Me (1986) – Teddy Duchamp
The Lost Boys
The Lost Boys (1987) – Edgar Frog
License to Drive
License to Drive (1988) – Dean
The 'Burbs (1989) – Ricky Butler
Dream a Little Dream (1989) – Bobby Keller
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) – Donatello (voice)
Edge of Honor (1991) – Butler
Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever (1991) – Jessie Davis
Blown Away (1993) – Wes Gardner
The Magic Voyage
The Magic Voyage (1992) – Pico (voice)
Meatballs 4 (1992) – Ricky Wade
Round Trip to Heaven (1992) – Larry
Stepmonster (1993) – Phlegm
Loaded Weapon 1
Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) – Young Cop
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (1993) – Donatello (voice)
Lipstick Camera (1994) – Joule Iverson
National Lampoon's Last Resort
National Lampoon's Last Resort (1994) – Sam
Maverick (1994) – Bank Robber
Voodoo (1995) – Andy
Dream a Little Dream 2
Dream a Little Dream 2 (1995) – Bobby Keller
A Dangerous Place (1995) – Taylor
Bordello of Blood
Bordello of Blood (1996) – Caleb Verdoux
South Beach Academy (1996) – Billy Spencer
Red Line (1996) – Tony
Busted (1997) – David (also director)
Evil Obsession (1997) – Homer
The Waterfront (1998)
Strip 'n Run (1998)
Storm Trooper (1998) – Roth
She's Too Tall (1998) – Doug Beckwith
Born Bad (1999) – Marco
The Million Dollar Kid (2000) – Charles
The Scarecrow (2000) – Max the Mouse
Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000) – Sarah's Gynecologist
Seance (2001) – John
Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy (2001) – Himself (documentary)
My Life as a Troll (2001)
Bikini Bandits (2002) – Angel Gabriel
Pauly Shore Is Dead
Pauly Shore Is Dead (2003) – Himself
Mayor of the Sunset Strip
Mayor of the Sunset Strip (2003) – Himself (documentary)
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003) – Himself
Serial Killing 4 Dummys (2004) – Store Clerk
My Date with Drew
My Date with Drew (2004) – Himself (documentary)
No Witness (2004) – Mark Leiter
The Birthday (2004) – Norman Forrester
Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys
Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys (2004) – Robert Toulon
Space Daze (2005) – Himself
Terror Inside (2007) – Allen
Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008) – Edgar Frog
Lucky Fritz (2009) - Lucky Fritz
Splatter (2009) – Jonny Splatter
Hooking Up (2009) – Ryan Thompson
Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010) – Edgar Frog
Six Degrees of Hell (2012) – Kyle Brenner
The Zombie King (2013) – Kalfu
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015) – Aleksandr
Corbin Nash (2018) - Queeny
"We Are All Made of Stars" (2002)
Project Redlight (2002)
American Fame Pt. 1: Drowning
River Phoenix (2004)
"Last Friday Night" (2011)
"City of Angels" (2013)
Normality (1996, US version) – Kent Knutson
Minecraft: Story Mode (2015) – Magnus the Rogue
The Bad News Bears (1979–1980)
Mork & Mindy (1980)
Love, Natalie (1980)
Father Figure (1980)
How to Eat Like a Child (1981)
The Kid with the Broken Halo (1982)
The Love Boat
The Love Boat (1982)
Madame's Place (1982–1983)
Cheers – Moose (1983, season 2, episode 8: "Manager Coach")
Still the Beaver (1983)
Family Ties (1986, episode: "The Disciple")
Married... with Children
Married... with Children – Ralph (1992, episode: "T-R-A Something,
Something Spells Tramp")
Tales from the Crypt (1994, episode: "The Assassin")
Dweebs (1995; canceled after 10 episodes)
Sliders (1996, episode: "Electric Twister Acid Test")
Big Wolf on Campus
Big Wolf on Campus (1999, episode: "What's the Story Mourning Corey?")
Lovesick (2001, unsold pilot)
The Surreal Life
The Surreal Life (cast member in 2003)
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (2004–2006, SPRX-77)
Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys
Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys (2004)
Robot Chicken (2007, episode: "Federated Resources")
The Two Coreys (2007–2008)
Psych (2011, episode: "This Episode Sucks")
Proving Ground (2011, episode: "Gadgets from The Goonies")
Dancing on Ice
Dancing on Ice (2012)
Celebrity Juice (2012)
Border Security: Canada's Front Line (2012)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012–2017) – Slash
Turbo FAST (2015) – Torquer
Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry (2016)
Marvel's Spider-Man (2017) – Eddie Brock/Venom
As Corey Feldman's Truth Movement
Love Left (1992)
Still Searching for Soul
Still Searching for Soul (1999)
Former Child Actor
Former Child Actor (2002)
Technology Analogy (2010)
Angelic 2 the Core
Angelic 2 the Core (2016)
Coreyography: A Memoir, St. Martin's Press (2013)
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