June Brown was an English actress and author. She was best known for her role as Dot Cotton on the BBC soap opera EastEnders (1985–1993; 1997–2020).

She also starred in the wartime big band comedy Ain’t Misbehavin (1997), and played Nanny Slagg in the BBC’s big-budget production of Gormenghast in 2000.

She starred in a few films, appearing as the grieving mother of an undead biker in the British horror flick Psychomania (1971), as well as Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971), Sitting Target (1972), The 14 (1973), Murder by Decree (1979), Nijinsky (1980), The Mambo Kings (1992) and the Mr. Bean film spin-off Bean (1997).

She additionally appeared as Tom Hedden’s wife in Straw Dogs (1971), in spite of the fact that her scenes were cut from the film. In 1984, she was included in the TV little series Lace which featured entertainer, Phoebe Cates.

In 2006, Brown showed up as Aunt Spiker at the Children’s Party at the Palace, a top pick occasion to command the Queen’s 80th birthday celebration. In 2010, Brown partook in the yearly Christmas unique of Strictly Come Dancing.

John Brown: Who is June Brown’s brother?

June Brown was born to Louisa Ann (née Butler) and Henry William Melton Brown and was one of five children. Her siblings include John Brown, Marise Brown, Lois Brown, and Rosemary Brown.

John Brown’s known to be the only brother of the late June Brown. However, his whereabouts is not known yet.


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