Alien Huang was known as Xiao Gui (Little Ghost), He was a Taiwanese singer, actor, television presenter, illustrator, and fashion designer. He was already part of Japanese TV Asahi’s disorganized boy band HC3 in 2002 and Taiwanese Rock Records’ disbanded boy band Cosmo (丸子) in 2003.
Later, as a solo performer, he published several albums and has acted in various movies and video dramas. He is known as a presenter of a popular Taiwanese variety television show, 100% Entertainment《娛樂百分百》, which he started in early 2016. He is the author and designer of AES (Alien Evolution Studio), a clothing brand which he first discovered in 2008. He has also written three illustration books in which he communicates ideas and passions through his writing and designs in a productive and unique way.
He still in high school, Alien Huang was chosen to take part in a pre-casting training course for the film Blue Gate Crossing. Although in the end, he did not engage in the film, it was through this time that he was struck by his first manager, and he formally entered the production industry at the age of 18.
In 2002, he began receiving a nature-discovery show for children named Follow Me, Go!. He then entered the Japanese-Taiwanese boy band HC3. They delivered their debut single “We Are Friends”《我們是朋友》, but disbanded not long thereafter.
Alien Huang Age
Alien Huang was 36 years old. He was born on November 28, 1983, in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. He died on September 16, 2020, in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan.
He was born in Taipei. His familial grandfather was basically from Shanghai. He became up living with his father, younger sister, and paternal grandmother. Although he lived independently from his mother due to his parents’ first divorce, they still kept a close relationship.
Ever since primary school, his expertise in arts and arts had been obvious as his grades were ever within the top three for poster-designing plans. When he was in middle school, his father thought to train him to grow a known golf player.
Alien Huang Death
He died on September 16, 2020, in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan at the age of 36. According to the report of 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.
According to the 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. According to the police, Huang — known to fans as ‘Little Ghost’ — returned home Tuesday night and did not leave, according to the agency.