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Based on the novel, How I Created My Perfect Prom Date, by Todd Strasser, Drive Me Crazy stars Melissa Joan Hart as Nicole, a trend-conscious teenager living next door to Chase (Adrian Grenier), a self-conscious, downbeat type who reads poetry and spouts political platitudes. Needless to say, Nicole and Chase have nothing in common and little to say to each other. But when the boy of Nicole's dreams asks someone else to the prom, she decides to remake Chase into worthy date material as a way to make her old flame jealous. Before long, Nicole and Chase aren't just pretending that they like each other. Drive Me Crazy presented Adrian Grenier star Melissa Joan Hart in her first leading role in a feature film; it was produced under the title Girl Gives Birth to Prom Date and test-screened as Next to You before the producers settled on Drive Me Crazy. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:September 22, 1999

Cast

Melissa Joan Hart
as Nicole Maris
Adrian Grenier
as Chase Hammond
Susan May Pratt
as Alicia
Kris Park
as Ray Neeley
Mark Webber
as Dave
Ali Larter
as Dulcie
Stephen Collins
as Mr. Maris
Gabriel Carpenter
as Brad
Mark Metcalf
as Mr. Rope
William Converse-Roberts
as Mr. Hammond
Faye Grant
as Mrs. Maris
Keram Malicki-Sanchez
as Rupert
Lourdes Benedicto
as Chloe Frost
Jordan Bridges
as Eddie Lampell
Keri Lynn Pratt
as Dee Vine
Natasha Pearce
as Sue
Derrick Shore
as Tom
Andrew Roach
as Big Fred
Jessica Frandsen
as Drena
Kristy Wu
as Liz
Lee Holmes
as Joshua
Jacque Gray
as Kathy
Ivey Lloyd
as pretty girl
Terry Cain
as diner waitress
Elizabeth Hart
as vixen
Doug MacMillan
as Mr. Webb
Holly Swain
as Nordic Blonde
Maya Ford
as Electrocutes bass
Torrance Castellano
as Electrocutes drums
Allison Robertson
as Electrocutes guitar
Marc Valasquez
as Pit Band lead singer
Brendon Te
as Pit Band guitar
Tone Te
as Pit Band drums
Darby Bailey
as Pit Band bass
Maya Ford
as Electrocutes bass
Darby Bailey
as Pit Band bass
Jordan Bridges
as Eddie Lampell
Andrew Roach
as Big Fred
Holly Swain
as Nordic Blonde
Natasha Pearce
as Sue
Doug MacMillan
as Mr. Webb
Allison Robertson
as Electrocutes guitar
Ivey Lloyd
as pretty girl
Jacque Gray
as Kathy
Elizabeth Hart
as vixen
Tone Te
as Pit Band drums
Keram Malicki-Sanchez
as Rupert
Torrance Castellano
as Electrocutes drums
Keri Lynn Pratt
as Dee Vine
Terry Cain
as diner waitress
Derrick Shore
as Tom
Lee Holmes
as Joshua
Brendon Te
as Pit Band guitar
Jessica Frandsen
as Drena
Marc Valasquez
as Pit Band lead singer
Kristy Wu
as Liz
Lourdes Benedicto
as Chloe Frost

Crew

John Schultz
Director
Amy Robinson
Producer
Rob Thomas
Screenwriter
Kees Van Oostrum
Cinematographer
Manish Raval
Musical Direction/Supervision
John Pace
Editor
Aaron Osborne
Production Designer
Nancy Paloian-Breznikar
Co-producer
Erin Cochran
Set Designer
Carl Stensel
Set Designer
Melissa Levander
Set Decorator
Genevieve Tyrrell
Costume Designer
Jim Goldthwait
First Assistant Director
Miriam Epstein
First Assistant Director
Julia Kim
Casting
Leigh Shanta
Production Manager
Cate Praggastis
Casting
Sheila Jaffe
Casting
Georgianne Walken
Casting
Jonathan "Earl" Stein
Sound Mixer
Suzanne Bingham
Script Supervisor
Bobby Kendall
Musical Performer
Heidi Higginbotham
Costumes Supervisor
Julie Woods
Key Hairstylist
Glen Auchinachie
Music Editor
Andrew DeCristofaro
Supervising Sound Editor
Linda Warrilow
Production Supervisor
Shawn Kennelly
Foley Artist
Meredith Byam
Musical Performer
Joan Rowe
Foley Artist
Marshall Garlington
Re-Recording Mixer
Bill McIntosh
Stunts Coordinator
David Schlichting
Musical Performer
Michael Kamper
Sound Effects Editor
Gregg Barbanell
Foley Artist
Sean Rowe
Foley Artist
Geoff Haley
Steadicam Operator
Chris Staszak
Foley Artist
Audra Cervantes
Production Coordinator
Ken Teaney
Re-Recording Mixer
John Stuver
ADR Editor
John Stuver
Dialogue Editor
Jake Guralnick
Musical Performer
Ed Silvia
Musical Performer
Todd Strasser
Short Story Author
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