By the age of eight, the boy (Jody) had memorized the songs to The Wizard of Oz.
"I distinctly remember being sucked in by the tunefulness of the music, the perfect sound of the words and the memorable orchestrations, and trying to plunk theme snippets out on the piano."



As composer, orchestrator and conductor for "The Chuck Jones Show," Gray incorporated various members of both the New York Philharmonic and the New York City Opera as well as a yodeler, banjo and accordion players, analog synths and techo-flavored loops.



Jody Gray does not differentiate work from play; he LOVES what he does.



"I just want to be the best musician possible, and still sleep occasionally."


 Jody Gray Bio

Jody Gray is a composer, songwriter, music producer and arranger of Feature Films, TV series, Video Games and the recording industry. He has written for artists as diverse as music legends Ray Charles, Judy Collins, Grace Jones, Skid Row, Dr. John, and Jennifer Holliday. He has produced over 30 albums, including several multi-platinum hits in the Pacific Rim.

He’s the musical director/composer/songwriter for the international hit TV series Space Racers (NBC, Netflix, 90 episodes). His work is featured on network, cable and streamers, including shows like Sex And the City, Law and Order SVU, The Tonight Show, Sesame Street (Abby’s Flying Fairy School and Noodle and Nedd), Courage the Cowardly Dog (Cartoon Network, 104 episodes), Clifford the Big Red Dog (Amazon/PBS) and feature films Clifford’s Really Big Movie (WB), Arthur’s Missing Pal (Lionsgate), Stellaluna (MGM), What’s the Name of the Dame? featuring Joan Rivers, Christine Baranski, ABBA’s Benny Andersson and the award winning theme for the film, Drawing Home, performed by Judy Collins.

Gray is the co-creator/co-writer, composer and songwriter of the upcoming TV series Fairy Tale Forest featuring Whoopi Goldberg, Mel Brooks, Jane Lynch, Matt Lucas and Barbara Rosenblatt (Orange Is the New Black), as well as scoring the soon to be released Warner Bros. animated feature Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog. He attended the Julliard School.