Actor Corey Haim died Wednesday, March 10, at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, Los Angeles. He was 38 years old. An autopsy was performed on Thursday, but the coroner's office has not declared an official cause of death. Haim's mother has spoken out to say that the coroner's office told her that her son had an enlarged heart and water in his lungs which may have led to pulmonary congestion. Toxicology tests could take another six to eight weeks.
Corey Haim became famous for his many movie roles during the 1980's. His film credits include 'Lucas', 'The Lost Boys', 'License to Drive', 'Dream a Little Dream', 'Murphy's Romance', 'Watchers', 'Secret Admirer', and 'Silver Bullet'. He was also seen in the A&E reality show 'The Two Coreys' in which he starred with real-life friend Corey Feldman. Haim will reportedly be buried in his hometown of Toronto, Canada.
The photos below were taken in 1987 and 1988 by photographer Walter McBride.