Kristoff St. John Is In Corey Feldman’s Movie
Corey Feldman is releasing his documentary My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys on Monday March 9, 2020 for what will be a global event, and the actor has announced via Instagram that the late star Young And The Restless Kristoff St. John will appear in the film, for what turned out to be his last role. Fans of Kristoff St. John were heartbroken when, on February 3, 2019, it was learned that he died of heart failure. Kristoff played the character of Neil Winters in the CBS soap opera The Young And The Restless for 28 years. Like Corey Feldman, Kristoff was a child actor who debuted in Hollywood at an early age. He was also sexually assaulted in his childhood.
Kristoff St. John has talked about his abuse in the film Children of God, but he will join Corey Feldman in what will be his last film appearance and talk about his own experiences.
Kristoff St. John was born into a family with ties to the entertainment industry. His first role dates back to 1975, when he was nine when he appeared in the television series That’s My Momma. Other early television credits include 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 with. Kristoff St. John Is In Corey Feldman’s Movie My Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys â€” It Is The Young And The Restless Actor’s Last Film Appearance
Corey Feldman paid a sincere tribute to Kristoff St. John after his death and then revealed that his actor and longtime friend would appear in his documentary to talk about childhood sexual abuse.
Corey Feldman also shared a little more about Kristoff’s appearance in his film My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys and noted that he has known Kristoff for longer than his good friend Corey Haim.
Corey Feldman will host a special premiere for himself and those closely linked to the project in a secret location in Los Angeles.
Everyone else can buy their tickets on MyTruthDoc.com and watch the movie on March 9, 2020, starting at 8 p.m. PT / 11 p.m.