Poster

Wayne's World ()


Reference View | Change View


Two slacker friends try to promote their public-access cable show.

Director:
Awards:
Reviews:

Photos and Videos

Cast verified as complete

Edit
...
Wayne Campbell
...
Garth Algar
...
Benjamin Oliver
...
Cassandra
...
Noah Vanderhoff
...
Stacy
...
Alan
Dan Bell ...
Neil
...
Terry
...
Russell
...
Phil (as Sean Gregory Sullivan)
...
Mrs. Vanderhoff
...
Dreamwoman
...
Officer Koharski
...
Davy (as Michael G. Hagerty)
...
Security Guard
...
Tiny
...
Ron Paxton
...
Bad Cop
...
Elyse
Frank DiLeo ...
Frankie Sharp (Mr. Big)
Eric Crabb ...
Guitar Store Clerk
Mark St. James ...
Fellow Drummer
...
Detective
Peder Melhuse ...
Detective
...
Announcer
...
Old Man Withers
Anna Spheeris ...
Girl Driver (as Anna Schoeller)
...
Waitress
...
Alice Cooper
...
Stan Mikita
...
Mikita's Manager, Glen
...
Crucial Taunt - Guitarist
Anthony Focx ...
Crucial Taunt - Drummer
Marc Ferrari ...
Crucial Taunt - Guitarist
Stef Burns ...
Alice Cooper's Band - Guitar
Pete Freezin' ...
Alice Cooper's Band - Guitar
Greg Smith ...
Alice Cooper's Band - Bass
Derek Sherinian ...
Alice Cooper's Band - Keyboards
Jimmy DeGrasso ...
Alice Cooper's Band - Drums (as Jimmy DeGrassio)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beth Aylward ...
Hockey Waitress (uncredited)
...
Alice Cooper Fan (uncredited)
Joseph DeLuca ...
Bartender (uncredited)
...
Driver (uncredited)
Rik Fox ...
Gasworks Patron (uncredited)
...
Guitar Store Rocker (uncredited)
Shannon Rae ...
Groupie with Alice Cooper's Guitarists (uncredited)
...
(uncredited)
...
Club Goer (uncredited)
...
Party Friend (uncredited)
Terry Turner ...
Wayne's World Control Booth Worker (uncredited)

Directed by

Edit
Penelope Spheeris

Written by

Edit
Mike Myers ... (based on characters created by)
 
Mike Myers ... (written by) and
Bonnie Turner ... (written by) &
Terry Turner ... (written by)

Produced by

Edit
Hawk Koch ... executive producer (as Howard W. Koch Jr.)
Lorne Michaels ... producer
Dinah Minot ... associate producer
Barnaby Thompson ... associate producer

Music by

Edit
J. Peter Robinson ... (music score by)

Cinematography by

Edit
Theo van de Sande ... director of photography (as Theo Van de Sande)

Film Editing by

Edit
Malcolm Campbell

Editorial Department

Edit
David Bryden ... color timer (as Dave Bryden)
Earl Ghaffari ... additional editor
Brion McIntosh ... assistant editor
Theresa Repola Mohammed ... negative cutting (as Theresa Repola-Mohammed)
Ralph O. Sepulveda Jr. ... assistant editor
Ann Trulove ... assistant editor

Casting By

Edit
Glenn Daniels

Production Design by

Edit
Gregg Fonseca

Art Direction by

Edit
Bruce Alan Miller ... (as Bruce Miller)

Set Decoration by

Edit
Jay Hart

Makeup Department

Edit
Mel Berns Jr. ... make-up artist
Thomas R. Burman ... special make-up effects
Courtney Carell ... make-up artist
Bari Dreiband-Burman ... special make-up effects
Kathrine Gordon ... hairstylist
Marlene Lipman ... body make-up
Barbara Lorenz ... hairstylist
Carol Meikle ... hairstylist
Audrey L. Anzures ... hairstylist (uncredited)
Barry R. Koper ... special make-up effects (uncredited)

Production Management

Edit
R. Anthony Brown ... unit production manager (as Tony Brown)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Edit
Michael Scott Bryant ... dga trainee
Allan Graf ... second unit director
John Hockridge ... first assistant director (as John E. Hockridge)
Pat Kehoe ... first assistant director: second unit
Joseph J. Kontra ... second assistant director (as Joe Kontra)
John G. Scotti ... second second assistant director (as John Scotti)
Eric Wall ... second assistant director: second unit
Christopher Walling ... afi trainee (as Chris Walling)

Art Department

Edit
James Betts ... paint foreperson (as Jimmy Betts)
Gae S. Buckley ... set designer
Robert J. Carlyle ... construction coordinator (as Bob Carlyle)
Steve Coia ... paint foreperson
Kirk Corwin ... property master (as Kirk T. Corwin)
Elizabeth Flaherty ... art department researcher
Mike Holowach ... property person (as Michael Holowach)
Robert Lucas ... lead person (as Bob Lucas)
Thomas J. Martinez ... art department production assistant (as Tom Martinez)
Mark Perry ... production painter
Ray Rarick ... construction foreperson
Glenn H. Roberts ... property person (as Glenn Roberts)
Doug Sieck ... property person
Jim Stubblefield ... assistant property master
Lisette Thomas ... set designer
Peter A. Tullo ... assistant property master (as Peter Tullo)
Edward L. Turk ... construction foreperson (as Eddie Turk)
Ken White ... construction foreperson (as Kenny White)
Jeff Clark ... set painter (uncredited)
Mark Knapton ... foreman (uncredited)
Michael Marcus ... art designer (uncredited)
Gerald Scaife ... construction auditor (uncredited)
Gary Stel ... laborer (uncredited)
Randy Tat ... painter: paintings in Benjamin's apartment (uncredited)

Sound Department

Edit
Bob Baron ... adr mixer
John Benson ... supervising sound editor
Pamela Bentkowski ... supervising foley editor
Carolina Beroza ... assistant sound editor
Simon Coke ... dialogue editor
Greg Curda ... foley mixer
Ken Dufva ... foley artist
David Lee Fein ... foley artist
Allen Hartz ... supervising adr editor
Frank Howard ... sound effects editor
Joseph A. Ippolito ... sound effects editor
Michael Magill ... dialogue editor
Andy Nelson ... re-recording mixer
Tom Nelson ... sound mixer (as Thomas Nelson)
Bob Newlan ... dialogue editor
Phillip W. Palmer ... cable person (as Phil Palmer)
Steve Pederson ... re-recording mixer (as Steve M. Pederson)
Tom Perry ... re-recording mixer
Thomas W. Small ... assistant sound editor
Beth Sterner ... sound effects editor
Jerome R. Vitucci ... boom operator (as Jerome Vitucci)
Larry Hopkins ... layback sound mixer (uncredited)
Paul O'Bryan ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

Edit
William Dawson ... assistant special effects
Guy Faria ... assistant special effects
Tony Vandenecker ... special effects coordinator
Robert Cole ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

Edit
Don Lee ... digital compositor (uncredited)
Gray Marshall ... motion control operator (uncredited)

Stunts

Edit
Michael Adams ... stunts (as Mike Adams)
Tony Brubaker ... stunts
Carl Ciarfalio ... stunts (as Carl Nick Ciarfalio)
David Efron ... stunts (as Dave G. Efron)
Randy Fife ... stunts (as Randy 'Fife')
Allan Graf ... stunt coordinator
John Hateley ... stunts
Steve Kelso ... stunts
Hubie Kerns Jr. ... stunts
Hannah Kozak ... stunts
Frank Lloyd ... stunts
Curtis Lupo ... stunts
Tom Morga ... stunts
Bernie Pock ... stunts
Gary Price ... stunts (as Gary K. Price)
Anthony G. Schmidt ... stunts (as Anthony Schmidt)
Webster Whinery ... stunts
Brian J. Williams ... stunts
John Ashker ... stunts (uncredited)
Alisa Christensen ... stunts (uncredited)
Hannah Kozak ... stunt double: Lara Flynn Boyle (uncredited)
Ray Lykins ... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Matthews ... stunts (uncredited)
Pat Romano ... stunts (uncredited)
Oliver Theess ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

Edit
Richard Briere ... grip
Derlin Brynford-Jones ... technocrane operator
Ian Christenberry ... electrician
Armando Contreras ... second company grip
John Cybulski ... electrician
James D. Doherty ... grip (as Jim Doherty)
James Fred Donelson ... crew: Video Image (as Fred Donelson)
Jeff Durling ... dimmer operator
Janet L. Earl ... crew: Video Image (as Janet Earl)
Ken Fisher ... steadicam assistant
Harold Hathaway ... assistant chief lighting technician
David E. Hengstellar ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Dave Hengsteller)
David Hennings ... camera operator: "b" camera
László Horváth ... grip (as Lazlo Horvath)
Stephen G. Howard ... crew: Video Image (as Steve Howard)
Steele Hunter ... grip
Matthew Johnston ... second assistant photographer (as Matt Johnston)
Jono Kouzouyan ... chief lighting technician
Cari Lutz ... second asst. photographer: "b" camera
Peter Mercurio ... first assistant photographer: "b" camera
John Nash ... grip
Mike Nash ... grip
Larry Potoker ... video crew
Liz Radley ... video supervisor
Brad Rea ... dolly grip "a" camera (as Brad Rae)
Richard Redlin ... second company grip
Scott M. Robinson ... first company grip (as Scott Robinson)
Joseph Rodmell ... technocrane assistant
Martin Schaer ... camera operator
Jerry Smith ... video crew
Robert M. Stevens ... director of photography: second unit (as Bobby Stevens)
Monte Swann ... video technical supervisor
Suzanne Tenner ... still photographer
Henry Tirl ... first assistant photographer
Joseph A. Unsinn ... video crew (as Joe Unsinn)
Rick Whitfield ... video assist
Elizabeth Ziegler ... steadicam operator
Patric J. Abaravich ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Jeffrey P. Ackil ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Brian S. Cooper ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Ron Kunecke ... night light operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

Edit
Monty J. Goodson ... casting associate
Barbara Harris ... voice casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Edit
Kimberly Guenther Durkin ... costumer (as Kimberly Guenther)
Janet Sobel ... costumer
Pat Tonnema ... costume supervisor
Zoe Hale ... costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

Edit
Burt Aronson ... location manager: second unit
Serena Baker ... assistant location manager (as Serena A. Baker)
Ned R. Shapiro ... location manager (as Ned Shapiro)

Music Department

Edit
Maureen Crowe ... music supervisor
Arlene Matza ... music coordinator
Steve Mccroskey ... supervising music editor (as Steve McCroskey)
David Campbell ... arranger (uncredited) / conductor (uncredited) / orchestrator (uncredited)
Matt Chamberlain ... musician: drums (uncredited)
Kevin Laffey ... music consultant (uncredited)
Marc Miller ... music clearance (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn (uncredited)

Transportation Department

Edit
Chuck Alsobrook ... transportation captain
James Thornsberry ... transportation coordinator (as Jim Thornsberry)
Manny Demello ... transportation co-captain (uncredited)

Other crew

Edit
Adell Aldrich ... script supervisor
Tony Angellotti ... unit publicist (as Tony Angelotti)
Suzette Boyd ... assistant production office coordinator
Eryk Casemiro ... production associate
Vartan Chakarian ... craft service
Michael Chu ... dialogue instructor
Andrée Corroon ... production associate
Dan Curry ... title design
John Downer ... production assistant
Joan Flannery ... post production accountant
Peggy Holmes ... choreography: "Foxy Lady"
Henry Humphreys ... first aid
Catherine M. Jones ... assistant production auditor (as Catherine Jones)
Marion Kidd ... assistant: Mr. Michaels
Billy Koch ... production assistant
Lois Lipfield ... assistant: Mr. Koch Jr.
Laura Matook ... assistant: Ms. Spheeris
Eric Newman ... production assistant
Don Petrie ... production auditor
Kenneth Roth ... production assistant (as Ken Roth)
Anna Spheeris ... production assistant (as Anna Schoeller)
Geoff Suddleson ... production assistant
Debbie Tieman ... accounting assistant
Lynne White ... production office coordinator (as Lynne Kalbfleisch)
Wai Ling Wong-Curado ... dialogue instructor (as Wai Ling Wong Curado)
Tony A. Angelo ... background coordinator (uncredited)
Greg Ferris ... marketing: Canada (uncredited)
Cory Foster ... craft service (uncredited)
David J. Garfield ... stand-in (uncredited)
Kara Grall ... assistant: Rob Lowe (uncredited)
Ahmed Saker ... key set medic (uncredited)
Brad Stephens ... publicist (uncredited)

Production Companies

Edit

Distributors

Edit

Special Effects

Edit

Other Companies

Edit

Storyline

Edit
Plot Summary

Wayne is still living at home. He has a world class collection of name tags from jobs he's tried, but he does have his own public access TV show. A local station decides to hire him and his sidekick, Garth, to do their show professionally and Wayne & Garth find that it is no longer the same. Wayne falls for a bass guitarist and uses his and Garth's Video contacts to help her career along, knowing that Ben Oliver, the sleazy advertising guy who is ruining their show will probably take her away from him if they fail. Written by John Vogel

Plot Keywords
Taglines You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll hurl. See more »
Genres
Parents Guide View content advisory »
Certification

Additional Details

Edit
Also Known As
  • Wayne's World: The Movie (United States)
  • Wayne's World: ¡Qué desparrame! (Spain)
  • Veino pasaulis (Lithuania)
  • El mundo según Wayne (Mexico)
  • Светът на Уейн (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • See more »
Runtime
  • 94 min
Country
Language
Color
Aspect Ratio
Sound Mix
Filming Locations

Box Office

Budget $20,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $18,100,000
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $183,100,000

Did You Know?

Edit
Trivia The scene where Wayne's ex-girlfriend Stacy (Lara Flynn Boyle) tries to patch up their relationship by buying him a gun rack, is based on some truth. Mike Myers once dated a girl who apparently broke up with him due to his preoccupation with his comedy. A week later, after some thought, she tried to reconcile by buying Mike a gun-rack. To her, this was an absurd joke that she had hoped Mike would appreciate. He didn't, and the two remained apart. When the movie was released, and Mike's ex viewed the movie with her new steady boyfriend, she was mortified not only to learn that the gun-rack anecdote had been written into the film, but also she was shocked to see that the main characters referred to the Stacy character as a 'psycho hose-beast'. Some time later, Myers telephoned his former girl, attempting to apologize for including a very detracting version of her in the movie. See more »
Goofs 'Rob Lowe (I)''s character is listed as "Benjamin Oliver" in the credits, but when he first meets Wayne and Garth, he introduces himself as "Benjamin Cain." Contrary to popular belief, this isn't a goof, but a deliberate joke by the crew - a crew member's child had a friend named Oliver Benjamin. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody, Wayne's World Version (1992). See more »
Soundtracks Wayne's World Theme See more »
Crazy Credits A brownie recipe is given in the credits. See more »
Quotes Wayne Campbell: No Stairway. Denied!
See more »

Contribute to This Page


Recently Viewed