Ekins is a surname that may refer to:

  • Bud Ekins (1930-2007), American stuntman
  • Charles Ekins (1768-1855), Royal Navy officer
  • Dave Ekins (b. 1932), American off-road racer
  • George Ekins (1871-?), English footballer
  • Jeffery Ekins (d. 1791), English clergyman
  • Joe Ekins (b. 1924), British army soldier
  • Paul Ekins (b. 1950), British academic and economist

Other articles related to "ekins":

Joe Ekins
... Joe Ekins (15 July 1923 – 1 February 2012) was a World War II British Army veteran ... Ekins died on 1 February 2012 ...
Bud Ekins - Life and Career - Honors and Competition Success
... Ekins won four Gold Medals and a Silver at the International Six Day Trials during the 1960s ... from the Meriden factory, also included his brother Dave Ekins, who rode a 500cc Triumph T100 Tiger, winning, along with teammate Cliff Coleman, a gold ... US ISDT team of 1964 with John Steen, Cliff Coleman, Dave Ekins, and Steve McQueen ...
Bud Ekins - Life and Career
... Born James Sherwin Ekins in Hollywood, California, he is known to most as the actor who jumped the fence on a disguised Triumph TR6 Trophy 650cc motorcycle in The Great Escape, and who drove the Ford ... of The Great Escape but the stunt was actually performed by Ekins ... Five years later, McQueen was given a late call to the Bullitt set one day, and found Ekins with his hair sprayed blond performing the most dangerous stunts around the streets of ...
Joe Ekins - Operation Totalize
... Ekins, the gunner of Sergeant Gordon's Sherman Firefly (called Velikye Luki - A Squadron's tanks were named after towns in the Soviet Union), had yet to fire his gun in ... was an almost 12-minute battle that saw Ekins destroying all three Tigers that '3 Troop' could see (there were actually seven Tiger tanks in the area heading north, along with some other ... over to support them and in the resulting combat, Ekins destroyed a Panzer IV before his tank was hit and the crew was forced to bail out ...