It could be a failed fuel pump... but that's more rare. I had a fuel pickup tube inside the pump itself split, so no fuel was coming up, even though the pump was working.
Also - check the fuel shut-off button under the passenger seat. Press it in, if it popped out.
But TDC sensor is the most likely reason for total death.
If you connect one of the HT leads to an old spark plug and lay it on the crankcase (or with the ground electrode touching the engine, to earth it.. make sure you hold the tip of the HT cap so you don't get electrocuted..
) and then crank the car over.. it should spark. If it doesn't... do the next bit:
Connect a meter to one of the injector plugs. (You have to squeeze the wire "lock" downwards before you pull the connector block off the plug). If you have no meter.. use one of those glass bottom bulbs (sidelights) and bend the tangs out so that they plug into the injector connector plug.
Again, crank the engine over and see if the bulb flashes.
If you have no fuel and no sparks, it's the TDC sensor.