Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, is a man who knows what he wants and knows how to get it. Neb anticipates staying on the Ark right to the end. In fact, he doesn't appear to have fully understood the concept of "competition", expecting to simply be handed the crown at the end. Will Neb get the prize without a fight? We're not betting on it.
Looking for news stories about Neb's royal progress on the Ark? Click the headlines below. Meanwhile, follow Neb's diary during the voyage, post some fan mail and look at the questionnaire he deigned to complete before processing up the gangplank. Also here is his original story from the Good Book, plus the books etc. where he plays an exalted role.
|Post-plank interview with Neb
Neb, one of the two "pagans" onboard the Ark, was fourth to walk the plank. Peter Ould, who played the Old Testament emperor, talks about the role.
|Day 24: Neb walks the plank!
He may have conquered half the known world and have enough concubines to fill several football stadiums but Nebuchadnezzar has walked the plank.
|Neb wins chat-up line contest
In the bar, the male arkmates turned on the charm with a vengeance as John, Neb, Paul and Simon competed to produce the best chat-up line.
|The King does The King
Neb put that rock'n'roll quiff to good use yesterday, as he gave an impromptu bravura rendition of a couple of Elvis Presley standards.
|Mesopotamian megalomaniac gets Bible-bashed
Neb, the Ark's very own Babylonian big head, got more than he bargained for when he asked "So who was this Jesus dude?" in the kitchen last night. Martha, Simon Peter and Paul weighed in.