Corey Haim will probably be remembered best for 1987's 'The Lost Boys,' which launched his long friendship on- and off-screen with Corey Feldman. Sadly, he'll also be remembered for his quarter-century-long battle with drug and alcohol abuse, which marred his adult career and led to several attempts at a comeback.

Last year, he completed a small role in 'Crank: High Voltage,' and he reportedly had two completed movies under his belt ('New Terminal Hotel' and 'American Sunset') at the time of his death.

At his best, however, Haim was a fresh-faced presence, light and funny, but not without a dark edge. Here are some highlights of his career.
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