POP singer and film star Alien Huang has died at the age of 36, according to reports.
The Taiwanese superstar – also known as Xiao Gui or “Little Ghost” – was reportedly found by his father at his home in Taipei City this morning.
Fire crews were called to his house in the Beitou District at 11.30am local time and found him already dead.
Police are said to be investigating.
His manager confirmed the news but not the cause of death, local media reported.
Huang was known as a singer, actor, television presenter, illustrator and fashion designer.
He was formerly a member of Japanese boy band HC3 and Taiwanese boy band Cosmo.
As a solo artist, he had success with a string of albums and starred in a number of films and television dramas.
He is also known as presenter of a popular Taiwanese variety entertainment show, 100% Entertainment, which he left in early 2016.
Huang also set up his own fashion label of AES (Alien Evolution Studio), and published three books of illustrations.