Alien Huang Biography, Wiki
Alien Huang is also known as Xiao Gui, was a Taiwanese singer, actor, television presenter, illustrator, and fashion designer. He passed away On September 16th, 2020 at the age of 36. Alien Huang’s body was found in an apartment on Sanhe Street in Taipei City’s Beitou District. According to the police report, Huang’s death appears to have been caused by an accident in his bathroom. He was formerly part of Japanese TV Asahi’s disbanded boy band HC3 in 2002 and Taiwanese Rock Records’ disbanded boy band Cosmo in 2003.
Police received a call from his family at 11:27 a.m. on Wednesday that he was found to be unresponsive and found lying face down on his bathroom floor with a small amount of blood from his mouth and nose, but the detailed cause of death is currently under investigation.
Alien Huang has died at the age of 36.
Earlier Life and Carrer
He was born on November 28, 1983, in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. He attended Yi-Xian Elementary School, Taipei Hwa Kang Arts School, Taipei City University of Science and Technology. He was a TV Host, Fashion Designer, Actor, Singer, and Illustrator, Huang was part of Japanese TV Asahi’s disbanded boy band HC3 and Taiwanese Rock Records’ disbanded boy band Cosmo.
During that time he was 18 years old, after leaving the band he began his career in the FIlms and appeared as a host of the Taiwanese variety show “100% Entertainment.” In 2016, he left the show and founded AES (Alien Evolution Studio), a clothing brand which he first established in 2008.
In 2015, Huang was nominated for a Golden Bell Award and in recent began co-hosting other programs such as “Mr. Player.” As an actor, he is the best know for Gatao (2015), Love store at the Corner (2014), and Go! Crazy Gangster (2016).
Earlier, he hosted a nature-discovery show for children named Follow Me, Go! in 2002 and he starred in the drama series “Mysterious Incredible Terminator” as played the main role. Then, he appeared in “Din Tao: Leader of the Parade,” “Joys of Life,” “Sweet Sweet Bodyguard,” and “Make Sense.”
On 16 September 2020, the police received a call from Huang’s father at 11:27 a.m, after discovering that he was found to be unresponsive at his home. Huang was later pronounced dead by the paramedics who arrived at the scene, and his death was ruled an accident by head injury which was caused by his slip near the bathroom.
According to Taiwan’s state Central News Agency (CNA), the former host of variety show “100% Entertainment” was found unresponsive by his father in his apartment in the capital, Taipei, around 11 am local time on Wednesday.
CNA reported police as saying Huang’s father went to the apartment when he was unable to reach his son by telephone.
The Director of the Qiyan Police Station of the Beitou Branch of the Taipei City Police Department said in a press conference that the fire department responded to calls about a death in a building near Sanhe Street.
When police officers arrived at the scene, they found the former “100% Entertainment” host’s body in the bedroom, outside the entrance to the bathroom, with water, still running.
The cause of death is not yet known. An autopsy is scheduled for Friday, CNA reported.