Corey Feldman is due to release his documentary ‘My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys’ on Monday, March 9, 2020. The movie is a long time coming for Feldman where he will be revealing the names of six Hollywood predators and pedophiles including the name of the man who raped his former co-star and best friend Corey Haim.
A day before the release, Feldman has now revealed that the late ‘Young and the Restless’ star Kristoff St John will appear in the movie, for what will be his final role.
Kristoff passed away from heart failure on February 3, 2019, and has his fans mourning for their beloved Neil Winters, the role Kristoff played on the CBS soap opera ‘The Young and The Restless’ for 28 years.
Like Feldman, Kristoff was also a child actor who got his break at an early age. And was also sexually abused as a child.
Kristoff went public about his abuse in the film ‘Children of God’. Now he will be joining Feldman to talk about his own horrific experiences as his last film appearance.
Feldman took to Instagram to share a heartfelt tribute. “…God bless my dear childhood friend @kristoffstjohn who sadly lost his life less that 1 year after speaking out as part of this important documentary! We grew up together and he is one of the few child actors I became friends with prior to meeting Mr Haim, and even years before I was a #Goonie I starred with this kind, wonderful human on a show called #BAdNewsBears all the way back in 1979, we remained close friends ever since! Unfortunately, he too was a victim of childhood sexual abuse, he spoke about it in his own film documentary called ‘Children of God’,” he wrote.
It was then that he confirmed Kristoff would be a part of his documentary. “This film would not be the same without his powerful presence and I thank god we caught up with him still looking strong and healthy and giving a very solid interview which officially and sadly marks his last on-screen appearance! So in a bittersweet way I can say his first and last contributions to the world as an artist happened by my side,” he wrote.
Kristoff was born into a family with connections to the entertainment industry. It was at the age of nine that he scored his first role in 1975 on the television series ‘That’s My Momma’.
He has also worked in ‘Happy Days’, ‘Wonder Woman’, ‘Roots: The Next Generation’, the movie ‘The Champ’, ‘Big John Little John’, and the 1979 television series ‘The Bad News Bears’, which he co-starred in with Feldman.