Corey enjoys athletics and playing Ultimate Frisbee.
As a child, Corey collected Archie comics and was an amateur keyboard player.
Growing up, Corey was an avid ice hockey player. He was considering trying to become a professional hockey player but opted for acting instead.
Corey auditioned for the role of Robin in the film, Batman Forever, but was unsuccessful.
In 2006, Corey was ranked #8 on VH1's 'Greatest Teen Stars'.
In 2004, the Irish band, The Thrills released a song called Whatever Happened To Corey Haim?.
As at June 2007, Corey resides in Toronto, Canada.
Corey lists his favorite food as pizza.
Corey's height is 5'8" (1.73 m).
Corey has two nicknames - 'Space Ace' and 'The Haimster'.
In 1993 Corey landed the starring role in the video game Double Switch.
One of Corey's hobbies is acrylic painting.
In 2001, Corey entered rehab in order to beat his addiction to presription drugs.
In July 1997, Corey filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, listing debts that included nearly $104,000 to the I.R.S., and $100,000 in California taxes.
In 1996, Corey became engaged to Holly Fields, but broke up after approximately a year.
Corey and Corey Feldman filmed seven movies together. As teenagers they were dubbed 'The two Coreys'.
Corey's parents are Bernie and Judy Haim. Bernie worked as a Francophone Jewish-Canadian sales representative while Judy's occupation was as a computer operator. Corey has one older sister, Carol, and a younger half brother from his father's second marriage, Daniel Lee.
1986 - Young Artist Award 'Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor - Motion Picture': Firstborn
1987 - Young Artist Award 'Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor Starring in a Feature Film - Comedy or Drama': Lucas
1988 - Young Artist Award 'Best Young Male Superstar in Motion Pictures': The Lost Boys
1988 - Saturn Award 'Best Performance by a Younger Actor': The Lost Boys
1990 - Saturn Award 'Best Performance by a Younger Actor': Watchers
1992 - Saturn Award 'Best Performance by a Younger Actor': Prayer of the Rollerboys
1987 - Young Artist Award 'Exceptional Young Actor Starring in a Television Special or Movie of the Week': A Time to Live
1989 - Young Artist Award 'Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Fantasy': License to Drive
Brooke McCarter managed Corey up to the mid 90's, when his drug problem caused a fallout.
Corey got into acting when his mother put him into acting lessons to help him overcome his shyness. It became a career when his older sister Carol began auditioning for roles.
Corey: (on his drug-induced stroke) I was numb and I had lots of swollen lymph nodes, my heart was hurting and I had blood clots in my arm and leg.
Corey: (on his prior drug habit) I was working on The Lost Boys (1987) when I smoked my first joint. But a year before that, I was starting to drink beer on the set of the film Lucas (1986). I lived in Los Angeles in the '80s, which was not the best place to be. I did cocaine for about a year and a half, then it led to crack. I started on the downers which were a hell of a lot better than the uppers because I was a nervous wreck. But one led to two, two led to four, four led to eight, until at the end it was about 85 a day - the doctors could not believe I was taking that much. And that was just the valium - I'm not talking about the other pills I went through.
Corey: (on his previous drug use) I don't even know why I'm still alive. My mum says I have angels and I hope that's true.