Corey Haim Remembered By Alyssa Milano, Ashton Kutcher, More

'My thoughts go out to Corey's family and friends today,' Christina Applegate tweets.

After news spread that iconic '80s actor Corey Haim was found dead Wednesday (March 10), Haim's friends and colleagues took time to pay their final respects.

While longtime pal Corey Feldman released a statement to MTV News, Alyssa Milano hit Twitter with her reaction. " Just woke up to the sad, sad news that Corey Haim passed away," tweeted Milano, who dated Haim when they were both teenagers. "RIP sweet boy."

Comedian Michael Showalter kept his tweet simple, writing, "Damn. RIP Corey." Christina Applegate added: "My thoughts go out to Corey's family and friends today. So sad."

Kevin Smith fondly remembered Haim for his classic films, tweeting, "Lost Boy goes home: Corey Haim, dead at 38. G'bye, LUCAS. You gave hope to the weird & unlikely."

Ashton Kutcher tweeted, "Rip Corey Haim 'Childhood hero.' " Fellow '80s actor Ralph Macchio wrote, "Always so sad and disturbing when the addiction and demons prevail. RIP Corey Haim."

Todd Bridges, who has also battled drug addiction after coming to fame as a child star in the '80s, released a lengthy statement about Haim's passing: "Corey Haim was a good friend of mine and he will be missed. Too many people are dying way too young and it's sad because of the loved ones who are left behind to understand what happened and to feel the loss. I hope he's in a better place. I will always love my Brother, and I will never judge him. I understand his pain, but I also know now there is a way out. I hope anyone who is dealing with the same stuff gets out before it's too late. Don't let the death of others fool you into thinking that it cannot happen to you. If you play with fire, you will get burned."

Leif Garrett, who worked with Haim in "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star," also released a statement: "This just goes to show that whether it's street drugs or a prescription from the doctor, that all drugs are dangerous — as we saw with my friend, Heath, as well. No matter what form, it's not to be taken lightly. Some people are lucky enough to finish the race and others crash and burn. I do not wish this horrible disease of addiction on anybody. I send all my condolences and love to Corey's family. May he rest in peace."