Muerte Súbita is a fictional series inspired by a rumor that has persisted in Mexican politics, showing that money and power do not change who we are; they only reveal it. The story of a love triangle between a young Spanish journalist, a powerful Mexican politician, and an Argentinian Ping-Pong coach. A political thriller filled with intrigue, passion, corruption and impossible love. A production by Sonoro and Bengala. *This audio series is fiction based on actual events and not a recreation of them.
Alba Messa is an actress and singer with a long career not only in Spain, her native country, but also in Mexico. Currently, she is part of the original cast of the successful musical 'Siete Veces Adiós', which also gave her the nomination for best supporting actress at the Metro Awards, and with which she is currently on tour throughout the country. The series 'Travesuras de la niña mala', in which she plays Carmencita, was recently released, and she also published her second full-length album, 'Medio Mal, Medio Bien'.
Gerardo Trejoluna is an actor, director, and performing arts researcher. He has dedicated more than 20 years to performing plays and was nominated for Best Actor in a Mexican Feature Film at FICM for "El norte sobre el vacío." In cinema, he is known for his participation in "Hidalgo, the Untold Story", "Lu's Dream", "Last Cabinet" and "Tus Dos Muertos" by director Daniel Casto Zimbrón. On television, he can be seen in the series “Sincronía”, “Forever… Joan Sebastian El Poeta del Pueblo” and “Run Coyote Run” of FOX. In May 2022, he revived the play "I am the King of the Mambo", giving life to Dámaso Pérez Prado. We can also see him in Gael García Bernal’s series "Here on Earth" and HBO’s Latin America "La Muchacha que Limpia". In 2023, we’ll be watching him in “Las Viudas de los jueves”, “Lucha” and “Colapso”.
Alejandro Saevich is an Argentinian film producer and director, a bit of an actor and a bit of a musician. He studied cinema at the E.N.E.R.C in Argentina. In 2004, after being the executive producer of the Argentinian part of Adán y Eva (Todavía), he moved to Mexico, where he founded, along with Moisés Cosío, the production company Detalle Films. There he produced different film projects, including Rezeta, a film directed by Fernando Frías de la Parra, and a documentary series about bank nationalization, directed by Luciana Kaplan and Diego Delgado. In 2012, he founded, along with Jorge Aguilera and Vanessa Hernández, the production house Madrefoca, winner of the Production House of the Year award at the Círculo de Oro 2016. With Madrefoca, he has produced commercials for various brands and the multi-award-winning short film by Sarah Clift, La Madre Buena.