Barats and Bereta is a web-based sketch comedy duo consisting of Luke Pierre Barats and Joseph Daniel Bereta. Formed in 2003, the duo originally made videos to amuse friends, often combining real and fictional acts. They met when both were students of Gonzaga University.[2][3] These videos eventually made it onto their website and onto YouTube. Their viral videos have also earned them the description of an Internet phenomenon. They currently have over 413,000 subscribers on YouTube. Views of videos released in 2006 have topped over ten million and more recent videos have an average of 200,000 views. Both have portrayed characters on the popular YouTube web series The Annoying Orange.

NBC signed them for a one-year deal in 2006.[3] "This is Culdesac", the sketch comedy pilot they produced, directed, wrote, edited, and acted in under contract, was not picked up by NBC. However their next television project was being a more traditional sitcom.[4] The pilot did not result in the series airing.

The Huffington Post has covered videos from the duo in multiple online publications.[5][6]

In 2012, Bereta became a host on the news and current events web series, SourceFed. However, he recently confirmed that he would be leaving Sourcefed on December 31, 2014. Unlike Meg Turney and Elliott Morgan, he confirmed that he would make guest White Wall and Table talk appearances.

Bereta currently works as a producer for" Smosh", producing shows such as "Put it in my Mouth" for "Smosh 2nd Channel".

In 2014, Barats and Bereta was listed on NewMediaRockstars Top 100 Channels, ranked at 50.[7]