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Corey Feldman on CNN's Larry King LiveActor Corey Feldman has appeared on US TV show Larry King Live to discuss the death of his best friend and colleague Corey Haim who died yesterday.

Feldman, who co-starred with Haim in movies such as The Lost Boys and License to Drive admitted that he was "in shock" over the news of Haim's passing and revealed that he had seen the late actor as recently as "three or four days ago."

"He was fine. He was actually giving me some advice about something I was very upset about. He was being very positive," says Feldman.

Watch Corey Feldman on Larry King Live after the jump... Corey Feldman on CNN's Larry King LiveActor Corey Feldman has appeared on US TV show Larry King Live to discuss the death of his best friend and colleague Corey Haim who died yesterday.

Feldman, who co-starred with Haim in movies such as The Lost Boys and License to Drive admitted that he was "in shock" over the news of Haim's passing and revealed that he had seen the late actor as recently as "three or four days ago."

"He was fine. He was actually giving me some advice about something I was very upset about. He was being very positive," says Feldman.

Though Los Angeles police have attributed Corey Haim's death to a possible drug overdose, Feldman used the interview to get people to stop speculating about the former teen idol's sudden death. The actor cited other possible factors including kidney and heart failure, an inadvertent lethal mixture of prescribed drugs, or simply his body shutting down after years of drug abuse.

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"They need to stop saying it's a drug overdose," said Feldman. "Because at the end of the day, until the coroner's report comes out, until we have specific evidence, until we know exactly what the toxicology reports say, nobody knows," Feldman said.

Feldman also said in his interview that he appreciated the outpouring of condolences from friends and colleagues, but was disappointed that this support wasn't there for the late actor sooner.

"At the end of the day, where were all of these people the last 10 or 15 years of Corey's life?" Feldman asked. "Where were all of these people to reach a hand out to him and say, 'You're a legend. You're an amazingly talented and wonderful person.' "

As yet, there are no funeral plans for Haim although Feldman hopes to arrange a memorial service where members of Hollywood would pay their respects to the actor.

"Hopefully, he's going to be remembered as a beautiful, funny, enigmatic character who brought nothing but life and light and entertainment and art to all of our lives," Feldman said.