Cast as a regular on the syndicated series, "Madame's Place"
Had featured role in the Sci-Fi Channel film, "Legion"
Made a cameo appearance in the film, "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star"
Provided the voice of Donatello for the live-action film, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"
Re-teamed with Corey Haim for "License to Drive"
Released the album, <i>Still Searching for Soul</i>, with his band Corey Feldman's Truth Movement
Began acting in TV commercials at age three
Cast as the obnoxious 'Mouth' in Richard Donner's comedy-adventure film, "The Goonies"
Made his stage debut in the Off-Broadway play, "Fatal Attraction, a Greek Tragedy"
Re-teamed with Corey Haim for the reality TV show "The Two Coreys" on the A&E Network
Acted in the Troma Pictures sequel, "Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV," under the name Kinky Finkelstein
Appeared as a neighbor in the dark comedy, "The 'Burbs"
Appeared in the horror franchise, "Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter"
Appeared on the first season of the VH1 reality series, "The Surreal Life"
Once again re-teamed with Corey Haim for "Dream a Little Dream"; also choreographed film
Reprised his role of vampire hunter Edgar Frog for the straight to DVD sequel, "Lost Boys: The Tribe"
TV-movie debut, "Willa"
Voiced Sprx-77 in the ABC Family series, "Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!"
Again voiced Donatello for "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III"
Co-starred on short-lived CBS sitcom, "Dweebs"
Co-starred with Corey Haim in Joel Schumacher's vampire film, "The Lost Boys"
Made film debut in "Time After Time"
Made series debut as a regular on CBS' "The Bad News Bears"
Played a next-generation Cleaver in the CBS TV-movie, "Still the Beaver"
Played Teddy DuChamp in Rob Reiner's coming of age drama, "Stand By Me"
Released a solo album, <i>Former Child Actor</i>