Taiwanese singer and actor Alien Huang has died at the age of 36 inside his apartment in Taipei on Wednesday.
The former host of “100% Entertainment,” who was born Huang Hong Sheng, was found unresponsive by his father at around 11 a.m. on Sept. 16 after he failed to reach his son on the telephone, according to Central News Agency
Authorities later responded to a call in a building near Sanhe Street where they found the body of Huang outside a bathroom with the water still running, Director of the Qiyan Police Station of the Beitou Branch of the Taipei City Police Department said in a press conference.
The cause of death has yet to be determined, but an autopsy is scheduled to be performed on Friday.
Known to his fans as “Little Ghost,” Huang returned to his home on Tuesday night and never left.
Huang appeared in several TV dramas and movies, such as “Love You” and “Mysterious Incredible Terminator,” Already Famous” and “Din Tao: Leader of the Parade.”
The actor was also a former member of the Japanese-Taiwanese boy band HC3 then followed by the boy band Cosmo, New York Daily News
Huang is the third actor or media personality to have died in the past three days.
On Monday, South Korean actress Oh In-hye, also 36, was found in a state of cardiac arrest inside her home
. She was immediately taken to the hospital, where she later died. Reports believe she died of suicide.