Taiwanese Actor Alien Huang Dies at 36

Carla Harmon
September 18, 2020

The former host of 100% Entertainment was found unresponsive by his father in his apartment in Taipei around 11 a.m. local time on Wednesday, according to several reports.

Huang's body was lying in the corridor outside the bathroom, United Daily News reported. The cause of death has yet to be determined, but his manager is expected to make a statement later.

Native media has revealed a number of particulars which have but to be corroborated. The bathtub was filled with water and the air-conditioner was on, the report further stated.


Police also noted that Huang had returned home on Tuesday night and did not leave his residence prior to his passing. Based on Apple Day by day Taiwan, Huang was sporting a high however no underwear on the time of his loss of life, and blood stains had been discovered on the ground. No drugs or alcohol were found at the scene, and the police did not find any signs of forced entry into the house. He then known as the police.

Huang - born Huang Hong Sheng - rose to fame hosting a nature program for children called "Follow Me, Go!" before joining the Japanese-Taiwanese boy band HC3. Huang showed up with an Instagram Stories post of him playing with a canine on September 15.

But he is better known as an actor in numerous TV dramas and latterly as a regular on variety shows, including "100% Entertainment" with Show Lo, and "Mr. Player" with Jacky Wu. He transformed into the establishing father of the clothing logo Alien Evolution Studio.


Sympathies poured in from Taiwan's media outlet and fans. Huang's former greatest buddy and accomplice, singer-actor Lo, expressed shock in an Instagram Tales publish.

Updates on Huang's death develops approximately days after Japanese entertainer Sei Ashina transformed into decided futile in her Tokyo condominium, moreover old 36. Korean actress Oh In-hye is reported to have committed suicide while "Silk" actress Sei Ashina passed away on Monday. In different territories, please name your native suicide hotline.


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