Actor Corey Haim was found dead early Wednesday morning at the age of 38.
Haim, who has a history of substance abuse, is believed to have died from a drug overdose at about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday.Â Â He was reportedly found unresponsive at his apartment in Southern California, and his mother was said to be with him.
(Read my tribute to Corey Haim here: Corey Haim, â€˜Lucas Forever,â€™ A Fan Tribute)
He was pronounced dead at Providence St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Burbank, according to reports.
Haim rose to fame in the 1980s with movies such as “Lucas,” “License to Drive,” and “The Lost Boys.”Â He acted alongside friend and actor Corey Feldman in several films, and the two reunited for a reality show in 2007-2008, “The Two Coreys,” on A&E.Â Â The show was short-lived, though, as the two Coreys feuded.Â Feldman reportedly told Haim that he would not speak to him until he sobered up.