Corey Feldman

Feldman in 2023 Corey Scott Feldman (born July 16, 1971) is an American actor and musician. As a youth, he became well known for his roles in popular 1980s in films such as ''Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter'' (1984), ''Gremlins'' (1984), ''The Goonies'' (1985), and ''Stand by Me'' (1986). Feldman collaborated with Corey Haim starring in numerous films such as the comedy horror ''The Lost Boys'' (1987), the teen comedy ''License to Drive'' (1988) and the romantic comedy ''Dream a Little Dream'' (1989). They reunited for the A&E reality series ''The Two Coreys'', which ran from 2007 to 2008.

Feldman experienced diminishing success in the film industry as an adult, amid well-publicized personal conflicts with Haim over Haim's substance abuse and with Michael Jackson, who had befriended him during his time as a teen celebrity. While he has been outspoken about sexual abuse in the entertainment industry he has also faced public scrutiny over Corey's Angels and has been accused of sexual misconduct. Feldman has released six albums including ''Love Left'' (1992), ''Former Child Actor'' (2002), and ''Angelic 2 the Core'' (2016). Provided by Wikipedia
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