The Gecko from the Geico commercial is named Martin after The Martin Agency in Richmond, VA.
While often mistaken for Australian, the GEICO gecko's accent is British. More precisely, southeast English, around London. See the link below for more of a biography.
His name is clearly not Stanley as stated in a 2010 commercial in which he says, "My name is not Stanley . . . I'd hate to be Stanley."
This is from the "Geico" commercial where the gecko is in the refrigerator looking for his egg salad.
The gecko in the Geico commercials does have a cockney (poor) British accent.
While often mistaken for Australian, the GEICO gecko's accent is British. More precisely, southeast English (London or home counties). The British/Australian mix-up is used to comic effect in a commercial set in a boardroom meeting. In the wild they are found in warm climates around the world.
The name of the actor in the GEICO Man Made of Money commercial is not stated. It is stated that Jake Wood a British actor is the current voice of the GEICO gecko.
The Geico gecko only exsists in the Geico commercials,so this means that in real life,the Geico gecko is not real.
The voiceover is done by English Actor and comedian, Jake Wood.
"Geico Radio" is a pretend, fictitious, make-believe, pretend radio station, that exists only in that one Geico TV commercial with the kid, the gecko, and the big computer print-out.
The song is "You can't stop me" by Crown Loyal.