FANS of late EastEnders star June Brown say bosses should honour her with a statue.
She played chain-smoking Dot Cotton for 35 years.
June Brown as Dot Cotton with on-screen son ‘Nasty’ Nick, played by John Altman[/caption]
Following June’s death aged 95 on Sunday, devotees believe she should be immortalised at Elstree Studios, Herts.
One tweeted: “June deserves a statue. She lived through millions of cigs and Christmas deaths. What a hero.”
Another added: “What a great idea. Let’s do this, BBC.”
And on a show forum a fan wrote: “June brought so much joy to so many. It would be nice if they erected a statue of her.”
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Dot left Walford in 2020 after Sonia Fowler stole her savings, explaining in a voicemail that she was going to see grandson Charlie in Ireland.
Off-screen, June hinted she turned down a new contract in disappointment at storylines.
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