The actress is about to turn 90-years-old and the BBC One soap will be honouring the star in an upcoming spin-off show.
Dot has been one of the longest-running characters in EastEnders as she has been in the soap since 1985.
And the show is set to reveal how June started her career and how she got her first role.
It will also feature how the actress came to be on Albert Square, rows she has had with fellow cast members and how she became to be one of the soap’s most loved characters.
EastEnders will celebrate Junes 90th birthday in a special episode
Dot Cotton has been a character in the soap playing since 1985
During the show, June will explain that a horoscope once predicted she would have “spectacular success” on May 31 1985 – her very first day on the set of EastEnders.
The documentary will also include special tributes form many of her cast members, past and present including Danny Dyer, Adam Woodyatt, Gillian Taylforth , Rudolph Walker, Lacey Turner and Natalie Cassidy.
June has received critical acclaim for her portrayal of Dot and has won many awards for being the chain-smoking character.
She received a Lifetime Achievement award at the British Soap Awards n 2005 plus won Best Actress and is only the second performer to receive a BAFTA nomination for their work in a soap opera.
June Brown will turn 90 next month
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June has received critical acclaim for her portrayal of the chain-smoking character
The actress was also made an MBE in the 2008 Queens Birthday Honours and
It was previously reported that the Suffolk-born str will be paid £300,000 to keep playing the Dot until she’s 91.
A source told The Mirror: “Bosses at the BBC like to open talks early so things don’t go down to the wire.
“They realise June isn’t getting any younger but she has intimated that she wants to carry on in the role as long as she feels able, so that is great news.”
June Brown At 90 – A Walford Legend will air on February 16 at 8pm on BBC One.