|Full name||Mike Betette|
|Born||March 30, 1977 (age 40)|
|YouTube Channel||Mike Betette|
|Appeared in||Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted|
Gordon Ramsay vs Julia Child
Alexander the Great vs Ivan the Terrible
|As||An American black bear|
A member of the blue team
Pompey the Great
|Dis Raps for Hire|
Mike Betette is a writer, actor, director, comedian, improviser, and member of the Epic Rap Battles of History crew. He has been one of the series' main writers since Frank Sinatra vs Freddie Mercury. He has appeared in some of the Behind the Scenes videos, often helping with writing ERB lyrics. He has also helped Nice Peter with directing since Rick Grimes vs Walter White, having co-directed fifteen battles to date. He portrayed an American black bear in Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted and a member of the blue team in Gordon Ramsay vs Julia Child. He appeared again in Season 5 as Pompey the Great in Alexander the Great vs Ivan the Terrible. He also appeared in the Dis Raps For Hire episode "Glasscock" as an advertiser for EpicLLOYD's Dis Raps For Hire Season 1 CD, along with Vinny Squiggliani. On May 6th, 2014, Betette became a member of the ERB Wiki. His account can be found here.
- An American black bear (cameo)
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Awards and nominations
|2014||4th Streamy Awards||Best Writing||Won||Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore, and Mike Betette|
|2015||5th Streamy Awards||Best Writing||Nominated||Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore, and Mike Betette|
|2016||6th Streamy Awards||Best Collaboration||Nominated||Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD, Meghan Tonjes, Mike Betette, and Zach Sherwin|
|Best Writing||Nominated||EpicLLOYD, Nice Peter, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore, and Mike Betette|
- Betette has said that one of his favorite battles is Genghis Khan vs Easter Bunny because of how different it is.
- One of his favorite lines is Walter White's "pizza on the roof" line from Rick Grimes vs Walter White.
- He was originally going to be the body actor for the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, but he was later replaced with Taylor Cu.
- He left Los Angeles in October 2016, but he has continued to help with writing.
- Main gallery: Mike Betette/Gallery