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Piers Morgan: Source: LYBIO.net
Your relationship with Michael Jackson was clearly a very important one to you. Had its ups and downs, you fell out with him briefly and he was a mentor in other moments and obviously then he died age 50. What is your overview of that relationship?

Corey Feldman:
Well, he was the big brother I never had quite honestly. He was everything to me as a kid. He taught me so many things. He’s taught me about loving animals, vegetarianism, animal rights, environmental issues, caring about your fans, how to treat your fans, the fact that the moment that you meet your fans may just be a fleeting moment to you and something that you’re in the middle of things that you got to take time for. But to them – they’re going to remember this moment for the rest of their lives. So how important it is with that exchange and how you treat them a lot.

Piers Morgan:
He also, obviously had a difficult relationship with his father.

Corey Feldman:
Uh huh…

Piers Morgan:
And you had obviously similar difficult relationship with both your parents.

Corey Feldman:
Uh huh…

Piers Morgan:
Did you – did you, discuss that together?

Corey Feldman:
Yeah.

Piers Morgan:
Was he helpful in that sense?

Corey Feldman:
We discussed everything, you know what I mean, and it was literally like a big brother, little brother relationship where we’ve talked about everything, I would talk about the abuse that I endured in school which is also in the book, the abuse with my parents and also the difficulties of having to go to work everyday instead of being able to play. You know both of us shared that similarity.

We were robbed of our childhoods. We weren’t able to just have sleepovers or go play at the arcade with other kids or take your bike down the street and do what you want. That didn’t exist for us. That wasn’t a reality. So instead we ought to, you know, go for meeting to meeting and, you know, sit in a room full of people all day and be judged and have people question you about everything that you do, again, life under the microscope, totally different, a very different perspective than most people ever have the experience of having.

Piers Morgan:
Your first marijuana joint was apparently with River Phoenix.

Corey Feldman:
Yeah.

Piers Morgan:
Obviously we talked about the other Corey before the break there and Michael now three people who are no longer with us. I mean does part of you Corey feel, fortunate to still be alive?

Corey Feldman:
Thank God yeah, god bless. I feel so fortunate, so fortunate, you know, I saw you talking on ‘the Talk’ the other day you were appearing on that show and you had said that, you know, is it possible for Corey to have a comeback and the things that he has to overcome. And I thank you for that because it’s always good to out those thoughts in people’s mind. So let’s see how he’s going to do it.

But quite honestly I don’t feel like I’ve ever gone anywhere, I’m one of the few people that I know that has consistently worked for almost 40 years now and I’ve never stopped. I do three films a year generally. Of course they haven’t been the big hundred million dollar smash films like they used to be but that’s okay. I’m all right with it because I’m still working and I’m being creative and I’m doing what I love to do.

Corey Feldman On Michael Jackson

Corey Feldman On Michael Jackson

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