Barry Gray (Born: July 18, 1908 in Lancashire, England - Deceased: April 26, 1984 in Guernsey, Channel Islands) was a British musician and composer who is best known for his work for Gerry Anderson. His birth name was Jack Eckles. He studied at the Manchester Royal College of Music and at Blackburn Cathedral. Gray gained valuable experience in scoring for theatre and variety orchestras. After serving with the RAF during World War II he returned to the music industry to work with such worthies as Vera Lynn and Hoagy Carmichael.