June Muriel Brown, MBE is an English actress, known for her role as Dot Cotton in the BBC soap opera EastEnders from 1985 onwards. In 2005, she won Best Actress at the Inside Soap Awards, and in the same year, also received the Lifetime Achievement award at the British Soap Awards.
"I have a good one," said the 93-year-old, which is in a
one of the BBC soap's longest running characters and has become a favorite among the viewers.
her character Dot has not been in an episode since January. An EastEnders spokesman said the "door remains open".Brown said the podcast to do in the hope of a documentary next
Asked by interviewer and former co-star Rani Singh if EastEnders had responded to a holder, Brown : "I want a mount. I have the left. I have for a good.
"I've sent me to Ireland and are going to stay where you are. I have EastEnders. "
One of EastEnders' and the most well-known stars, Brown was in her late 50s, when they entered Albert Square.
"I think I've got you, because you thought I was on time actress," Brown said in the podcast, which was broadcast to celebrate a special episode that 35 years of EastEnders.
"I'm not really, but I was so. In fact, I was supposed to be so in time I an hour before me. "
you said it "was a very strange feeling", is leaving the soap.
"I have. Two People at the same time in 35 years Really Dot was not me, but mentally she was. "
Brown took a four-year break from the soap between 1993 and 1997,An episode from 2008, Dot teased by a corridor, as she walks through The Tube
In 2008, Brown became The First actor in a British soap-carry a whole episode alone, with an emotional monologue, dictated to a cassette for the screen man to listen to in the hospital after a stroke.
in the same year she was made an MBE for services to drama and love.
in the Past year, she lost her eyesight after the diagnosis of age-related macular degeneration and could no longer recognize her friends.
An EastEnders spokesman said: "We never have to worry about the artists' contracts, but as far as EastEnders are concerned, the door remains open for June, as it always is, when the story emerges, and when in June, wants to participate. "