Haim's good friend and frequent co-star Corey Feldman also told Larry King on Wednesday night that he doesn't believe Haim died of an overdose.
The actor had been on the comeback trail, according to the producer of one of the final films he worked on, "The Dead Sea." Producer Rick Tucker said Haim insisted on a drug-and-alcohol-free set on the movie he was filming when he died, TMZ reported.
Corey was looking forward to the future, he was making plans.
He had a movie coming up and he was talking about directing, I can’t believe he would of done this on purpose, it had to be an accident.
PICTURE CAPTION: Actor Cory Haim celebrates his Hollywood comeback with a new A&E show "The Two Coreys" and a handprint ceremony at Planet Hollywood in New York City.