Just like his BFF, the actor publicly struggled with drug addiction. Corey tried to repair his image by working with youths, starring in several small movies and even released a swing-music album titled "Love Left." In 1996, Corey directed his first and only film, "Busted," starring Corey Haim, which also marked the last film the pair would work on together.
The duo ventured into reality television in 2007 with their A&E show "The Two Coreys," which showcased Haim's drug addiction and their attempt to repair their friendship.
Corey married Susie Sprague in 2002. Their wedding was filmed for the first season of "The Surreal Life" -- a rabbi and M.C. Hammer officiated the ceremony. The couple split after seven years of marriage and have a son together.