There is a flood of respect for EastEnders Star John Brown, who died at the age of 95, praised Stephen Fry for his “wonderful human qualities.”
Brown starred in the long-running BBC soap opera Iconic Dot Cotton for over 30 years and was a favorite in UK entertainment circles.
He died peacefully with his family at his home in Surrey, England on Sunday evening.
Actor and broadcaster Fry tweeted: “John Brown, among all his other wonderful human qualities and accomplishments, will be remembered as a tireless and fearless LGBT ally – especially in the dark days of HIV / AIDS and Article 28 [legislation that banned ‘promotion of homosexuality’]It was a privilege to know him. ”
Martin Kemp, a British actor and musician who was present with Brown Inn EastEnders In the late 1990s and early 2002, he wrote on Twitter: “I was a small part of your 35 years. EastEnders But you were a huge part of my time there. “
Buffett said in a statement: “We are deeply saddened by the news of June Brown’s death.” Family fortune.
Brown joined EastEnders‘Cast in 1985, the same year it was built.
A spokeswoman for the show paid tribute to the actress: “There are not enough words to describe how much June was loved and cherished by everyone. EastEndersHis loving warmth, wit and great humor will never be forgotten.
“June.co.uk has created one of the most iconic characters, not only on soap, on British television, and has appeared in 2,884 episodes. EastEnders‘The best moment.
“We send all our love and deep sympathy to June’s family and friends Very bright light has gone out EastEnders Today – we will all raise a sweet sherry in memory of June. Rest in peace, our dear June. You will never be forgotten. “