Another double act who emerged in the mid to late '90s were [[Lee & Herring]], who combined a classic clash of personalities (downbeat and rational Lee contrasting with energetic, childish Herring) with very ironic, often satirical humour.
Also appearing in the latter half of the decade were [[Adam and Joe]], whose low-budget, self-produced [[Channel 4]] series [[The Adam and Joe Show]] was a very sharp combination of TV and movie parodies and satirical looks at various elements of youth culture.
Indian cinema also had its share of the double act, with [[Tamil cinema]] comedians [[Goundamani]] and [[Senthil]] teaming up for several films throughout the decade.
[[Mitchell and Webb]] are another successful double act from the 2000s onwards. Having multiple sketch shows on both radio and TV as well as starring in the award winning sitcom
However, most of the 2000s' most successful double acts take their inspiration from the odder strain of double-act comedy spearheaded by Reeves and Mortimer. [[Matt Lucas]] and [[David Walliams]], who had previously worked with Reeves and Mortimer, also took inspiration from the Two Ronnies. [[The Mighty Boosh]] also played with the formula but essentially remained traditional at their roots. Another popular current [[light entertainment]]/[[Presenter|presenting]] act is [[Ant and Dec]], who are a very basic yet effective example of a double act.