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June Brown’s height is 5ft 5½in (1.66 m)

June Muriel Brown, MBE (born 16 February 1927) is an English actress, best known for her role as Dot Cotton in the long-running BBC soap opera EastEnders. In 2005, she won Best Actress at the British Soap Awards and also received the Lifetime Achievement award at the same ceremony. In 2009, she was nominated for Best Actress at the BAFTA TV Awards. She is only the second performer to receive a BAFTA nomination for their work in a soap opera (the first was Jean Alexander). She was made a MBE in the 2008 Queens Birthday Honours.

June Brown

First Name: June
Last Name: Brown
Birth Full Name: June Muriel Brown
Born: 16 February, 1927
Birthplace: Needham Market, Suffolk, England
Height: 5ft 5½in (1.66 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Actress
Brother(s): Unkwown (Died of pneumonia aged 15 days)
Sister(s): Marise (Died of a meningitus-like illness)
Filmography: Heading Out (2013, TV Show), Dead Lucky (2013), EastEnders: E20 (2010, TV Show), The Children’s Party at the Palace (2006, TV Movie), EastEnders: Dot’s Story (2003, TV Movie), Margery and Gladys (2003, TV Movie), Gormenghast (2000, TV Show), Verdict (1998, TV Show), Bean (1997), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (1997, TV Show), Hospital! (1997, TV Movie), Toby the Square Boy (1997), Brain Dead 13 (1995), Pirates (1994, TV Show), The Mambo Kings (1992), Performance (1992, TV Show), Shades of Darkness (1986, TV Show), Oliver Twist (1985, TV Show), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), Relative Strangers (1985, TV Show), Misunderstood (1984), Lace (1984, TV Movie), The Bill (1984, TV Show), Now and Then (1983, TV Show), Saturday Night Thriller (1982, TV Show), Nijinsky (1980), Young at Heart (1980, TV Show), God’s Wonderful Railway (1980, TV Show), Murder by Decree (1979), Minder (1979, TV Show), Border Country (1979), A Christmas Carol (1977, TV Movie), The Prince and the Pauper (1976, TV Show), The Duchess of Duke Street (1976, TV Show), Clayhanger (1976, TV Show), Couples (1976, TV Show), Angels (1975, TV Show), Shadows (1975, TV Show), Survivors (1975, TV Show), The Sweeney (1975, TV Show), Churchill’s People (1974, TV Show), South Riding (1974, TV Show), The Death Wheelers (1973), Existence (1973), Marked Personal (1973, TV Show), Oranges & Lemons (1973, TV Show), Sitting Target (1972), Crown Court (1972, TV Show), New Scotland Yard (1972, TV Show), The Edwardians (1972, TV Show), Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971), Doomwatch (1970, TV Show), Play for Today (1970, TV Show), Owen, M.D. (1970, TV Show), ITV Saturday Night Theatre (1969, TV Show), Special Branch (1969, TV Show), Inadmissible Evidence (1968), The Wednesday Play (1964, TV Show), Teletale (1964, TV Show), Doctor Who (1963, TV Show), Z Cars (1962, TV Show), Coronation Street (1960, TV Show), Armchair Mystery Theatre (1960, TV Show), The Rough and Ready Lot (1959, TV Movie), Television World Theatre (1958), Armchair Theatre (1956, TV Show), Dixon of Dock Green (1955, TV Show), ITV Play of the Week (1955, TV Show), ITV Television Playhouse (1955, TV Show), It Started in Paradise (1952), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), Eastenders: Backstage with Zoe Ball & Joe Swash (2015), National Television Awards (2013), Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty (2013), June Brown: Respect Your Elders (2012), Come Dine with Me (2010, TV Show), EastEnders Live: The Aftermath (2010, TV Movie), EastEnders: The Greatest Cliffhangers (2010, TV Show), The British Soap Awards 2009 (2009, TV Movie), Piers Morgan’s Life Stories (2009, TV Show), Fern Britton Meets… (2009, TV Show), Stars on the Street (2009, TV Show), The British Soap Awards 2008 (2008, TV Movie), The British Soap Awards 2007 (2007, TV Movie), The National Television Awards 2007 (2007, TV Movie), The Graham Norton Show (2007, TV Show), Would I Lie to You? (2007, TV Show), Xposé (2007, TV Show), Just the Two of Us (2006, TV Show), The ONE Show (2006, TV Show), A-Z of Eastenders (2005, TV Movie), The British Soap Awards 2005 (2005, TV Movie), Victoria Wood: A BAFTA Tribute (2005, TV Movie), Strictly Come Dancing (2004, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (2004, TV Show), The Paul O’Grady Show (2004, TV Show), Who Do You Think You Are? (2004, TV Show), EastEnders: Christmas Party (2004, TV Movie), Inside Soap Awards 2004 (2004, TV Movie), EastEnders: Christmas Party (2003, TV Movie), The Terry and Gaby Show (2003, TV Show), Christmas Show, The (2003, TV Show), V Graham Norton (2002, TV Show), Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (2001, TV Show), EastEnders: It’s Your Party! (2001, TV Movie), Wendy Richard: A Life on the Box (2001, TV Show), Breakfast (2000, TV Show), Top Ten (2000, TV Show), Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings (2000, TV Movie), Winton’s Wonderland (2000, TV Show), Loose Women (1999, TV Show), Tobacco Wars (1999, TV Movie), This Is Your Life (1999, TV Show), The Heaven and Earth Show (1998, TV Show), EastEnders Revealed (1998, TV Show), Happy Birthday, Coronation Street! (1990, TV Movie), That’s Showbusiness (1989, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Comic Relief (1988, TV Show), Just Another Day (1986, TV Show), Children in Need (1980, TV Show), Blankety Blank (1977, TV Show), This Is Your Life (1955, TV Show), All Star Family Fortunes (-, TV Show)

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