Apart from the fact that his eyebrow seems to form a slightly higher arch these days, Christian Slater is another 80s survivor who has stayed looking pretty fresh despite the pasage of several decades. Slater came to notice in the hilariously dark 'Heathers', before going on to star in blockbusters like 'Young Guns II', 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves' and 'Star Trek'. Slater also starred in 'Interview with the Vampire', playing the role intended for his friend River Phoenix who died before the film could be made.
Corey Feldman was probably the biggest teen star of the 80s, alongside partner in crime Corey Haim. Feldman starred in decade defining films like 'The Goonies', 'Gremlins', 'Stand by Me', and 'The Lost Boys'. Unfortunately as the 80s came to a close Feldman's career would wane as he would face personal struggles against substance abuse. While Feldman survived, sadly Corey Haim wasn't so lucky.
Judd Nelson was 'The Breakfast Club's' official badass and another founding member of the brat pack. When legendary director John Hughes died it was Nelson that was invited to pay tribute to him at the 2010 Academy Awards.
Emilio Estevez has been overshadowed in recent year by his brother Charlie Sheen's shenanigans but back in the 80s he was big news. Starring in 'The Breakfast Club' and 'St Elmo's Fire', Estevez was a card carrying member of the Brat Pack.
Jason Bateman is so incredible in 'Arrested Development' that you might have forgotten that he was big back when Reagan was still in office. Back then he was the star of TV shows like 'The Hogan Family' and 'Silver Spoons'.