ENTJ - Executive

Candace Bergen - actress (Murphy Brown)
Jim Carrey - actor, comedian
Harrison Ford - actor (Indiana Jones)
Bill Gates - Microsoft Founder
Newt Gingrich - Speaker of the House
Whoopi Goldberg - actress, comedian
Benny Goodman - Jazz musician
Al Gore - former American Vice President
Dave Letterman - TV show host, comedian
Steve Martin - actor, comedian
Richard Nixon - American President
Franklin D. Roosevelt - American President
Patrick Stewart - actor (Star Trek's "Cpt. Picard")
Edward Teller - theoretical physicist
Margaret Thatcher - British Prime Minister
Sigourney Weaver - actress

ENTP - Originator

Alexander the Great - king, military commander
Sir Walter Raleigh - writer, poet, explorer
Walt Disney - filmmaker, entrepreneur
Richard Feynman - physicist
Nikola Tesla - inventor, physicist, engineer
John Adams - American President
James A. Garfield - American President
Rutherford B. Hayes - American President
Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt - American President
Thomas Edison - inventor
Lewis Carroll - author (Alice in Wonderland)
Julia Child - chef, author, TV personality
Suzanne Pleshette - actress
George Carlin - comedian, actor, author
Valerie Harper - actress
John Candy - comedian, actor
Weird Al Yankovic - musician (satire/parody)
Marilyn Vos Savant - author, lecturer, playwright
Alfred Hitchcock - filmmaker (The Birds)
Tom Hanks - actor
David Spade - actor, comedian
Celine Dion - singer
Matthew Perry - actor (Friends)
Rodney Dangerfield - comedian, actor

INTJ - Strategist

Karl Marx - Philosopher
Ayn Rand - Author of "Atlas Shrugged"
Friedrich Nietzsche - Philosopher
Mark Zuckerberg - CEO of Facebook
Elon Musk - Founder of SpaceX and Tesla Motors, co-founder of PayPal
Bobby Fischer - Chess champion
Nikola Tesla - Inventor
Stephen Hawking - Physicist
John Nash - Mathematician
John Maynard Keynes - Economist
Paul Krugman - Economist
Isaac Asimov - Science fiction writer and science writer
Christopher Hitchens - Journalist
H.L. Mencken - Journalist
Martin Luther - Theologian and Protestant reformer
G.W.F. Hegel - Philosopher, mentor of Marx
Heraclitus - Greek philosopher
Jean-Paul Sartre - Philosopher and Marxist ideologue
Vladimir Lenin - Dictator of the Soviet Union, mentor of Stalin
Anders Breivik - Terrorist and manifesto-writer
Ted Kaczynski - The "Unabomber" - terrorist and manifesto-writer
Varg Vikernes - Murderer, arsonist and musician
James Cameron - Filmmaker
Russell Crowe - Actor
Jay-Z - Rapper
Jodie Foster - Actress
Julia Stiles - Actress
Colin Firth - Actor
Jason Bateman - Actor
Annie Clark - (St. Vincent)
Roger Waters - (Pink Floyd)
Dwight D. Eisenhower - American President
Thomas Jefferson - American President
Augustus Caesar - Roman Emperor
Hannibal Barca - Military Commander
Sir Isaac Newton - Astronomer
Susan B. Anthony - civil rights leader
Arthur Ashe - tennis champion
Jane Austen - author (Pride and Prejudice)
Angela Lansbury - actress (Murder, She Wrote)
Peter Jennings - journalist
C. S. Lewis - apologist, author (The Chronicles of Narnia)
Joan Lunden - Journalist
Edwin Moses - olympic gold medalist
Martina Navratilova - tennis champion
Arnold Schwarzenegger - actor, Governor of California
Rudy Giuliani - former New York City mayor
Donald Rumsfeld - former U.S. Secretary of Defense
General Colin Powell - former U.S. Secretary of State
Lance Armstrong - cyclist (seven Tour De France wins)
Katie Couric - journalist
Dan Akroyd - actor, comedian, musician
Chevy Chase - actor, comedian
Ivan Lendl - tennis champion
Woodrow Wilson - American President
William J. Bennett - politician
William F. Buckley, Jr. - journalist
Raymond Burr - actor (Perry Mason), vintner
Michael Dukakis - former Governor of Massachusetts
Greg Gumbel - TV sportscaster
Veronica Hamel - actress
Orel Hershiser - baseball player (pitcher)
C. Everett Koop - former U.S. Surgeon General
Charles Rangel - politician, decorated war veteran
Pernell Roberts - actor, activist
Maria Shriver - journalist, wife to Arnold Schwarzenegger
Josephine Tey - English author
Chester A. Arthur - lawyer, American President
Calvin Coolidge - American President
James K. Polk - American President


Abraham Lincoln - American President
James Madison - American President
John Quincy Adams - American President
John Tyler - American President
Adam Smith - Economist
Gerald Ford - American President
Thomas Aquinas - Philosopher and theologian
William Harvey - medical doctor
Friedrich A. Hayek - Economist and philosopher
Milton Friedman - Economist
Charles Darwin - English naturalist
Immanuel Kant - Philosopher
Hannah Arendt - Philosopher and author of "The Human Condition"
Marie Curie - Nobel prize in both physics and chemistry
Rene Descartes - French philosopher
Albert Einstein - German physicist
Richard Dawkins - Biologist
John Locke - Philosopher
Parmenides - Greek philosopher
Jimmy Wales - Founder of Wikipedia
Blaise Pascal - French mathematician
Thucydides - Greek historian
Socrates - Greek philosopher
Paul Allen - Co-Founder of Microsoft
Carl Jung - Swiss psychiatrist
David Cronenberg - Filmmaker
Jesse Eisenberg - Actor
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Actress and singer
Tina Fey - Comedic writer and actress
Sigourney Weaver - Actress
Larry Page - Co-Founder of Google
Asia Carrera - Adult film actress and member of Mensa
Ben Stein - Game show host and writer
Andreas Scholl - Countertenor
Glenn Gould - Pianist
Richard Ayoade - Actor and director
Randall Munroe - Cartoonist
John le Carre - Author of spy novels
Jane Austen - Author of "Pride and Prejudice"
Alan Greenspan - Chairman of the Federal Reserve
Albert Speer - Minister of Armaments in Nazi Germany
Sergey Brin - Co-Founder of Google
William James - American psychologist
Meryl Streep - actress
Bob Newhart - comedian, actor
Jeff Bingaman - U.S. Senator
Rick Moranis - actor (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids)
Brent Spiner - actor ("Data" on Star Trek)
Midori Ito - Japanese figure skater
Mary-Kate Olsen - actress (Full House)
Ashley Olsen - actress (Full House)


William Cullen Bryant - poet
King David - King of Israel
Abraham Maslow - psychologist
Ross Perot - businessman
Elizabeth Dole - senator
Francois Mitterand - French President
Bob Saget - actor
Dick Van Dyke - actor
Andy Griffith - actor
James Garner - actor
Randy Quaid - actor
Peyton Manning - NFL quarterback
Mikhail Gorbachev - last leader of Soviet Union
William Aramony - United Way president
Dennis Hopper - actor
Brenda Vaccaro - actress
Craig T. Nelson - actor (Coach)
Diane Sawyer - television journalist
Tommy Lee Jones - actor
Kirstie Alley - actress
Johnny Depp - actor
Ben Stiller - actor, comedian
Matthew McConaughey - actor
Pete Sampras - tennis champion
Lauren Graham - actress
Ben Affleck - actor
Ralph Nader - attorney, political activist
John Wooden - basketball player, coach
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - minister, civil rights activist
Margaret Mead - cultural anthropologist


Franz Joseph Haydn - composer
Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) - writer
Will Rogers - Comedian
Bus ter Keaton - silent film comic actor
Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geise) - writer, cartoonist
James Dobson - evangelical psychologist
Andy Rooney - television writer
Carol Burnett - comedian
Paul Harvey - radio broadcaster
Bill Cosby - actor, comedian, activist
Lewis Grizzard - humorist
King Jordan - deaf president of Gallaudet University
Robin Williams - actor
Paul Robeson - actor, athlete, singer, writer, activist
Joseph Campbell - writer, orator
Bob Dylan - singer-songwriter, musician
Phil Donahue - TV personality
Bill Moyers - journalist, commentator
Charles Dickens - English novelist
Upton Sinclair - author, investigative journalist
Dave Thomas - businessman (Wendy's), philanthropist
Martin Short - Canadian actor, comedian
Sandra Bullock - actress
Alicia Silverstone - actress (Clueless), fashion model
Sinbad - actor, comedian
Andy Kaufman - American entertainer
Regis Philbin - TV personality


Martin Van Buren - American President
Nathaniel Hawthorne - novelist
Nathan - Prophet of Israel
Aristophanes - Greek dramatist
Chaucer - poet
Goethe - poet
Robert Burns - poet
Fanny Crosby - hymn writer
Fred McMurray - actor
Shirley Temple Black - actress
Michael Landon - actor (Little House on the Prairie)
Tom Selleck - actor
Oprah Winfrey - TV show host
Billy Crystal - actor, comedian
James Reston - journalist
Piers Anthony - sci-fi/fantasy writer
Paul Stookey - singer-songwriter
Garry Trudeau - cartoonist (Doonesbury)
Nelson Mandela - President of South Africa
Mel Gibson - actor, filmmaker
Carrie Fisher - actress, screenwriter, novelist
Nicole Kidman - actress
Jamie Foxx - actor, musician, comedian
Adam Sandler - actor, comedian
Gillian Anderson - actress (X-Files)
Anthony Kiedis - singer (Red Hot Chili Peppers)


Virgil - ancient Roman poet
Mary - Mother of Jesus
John - Disciple of Jesus
Luke - physician, author
William Shakespeare - English poet and playwright
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - American poet
A. A. Milne - author (Winnie the Pooh)
Laura Ingalls Wilder - author (Little House on the Prairie)
Helen Keller - deaf/blind author, activist, lecturer
Fred Rogers - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Dick Clark - television personality
Donna Reed - acress
John F. Kennedy, Jr. - lawyer, journalist, publisher
Neil Diamond - musician
Tom Brokaw - television journalist
James Herriot - veterinary surgeon, writer
Annie Dillard - author (Pilgrim at Tinker Creek)
James Taylor - singer-songwriter, guitarist
Scott Bakula - actor (Start Trek Enterprise)
Amy Tan - author (The Joy-Luck Club)
Lisa Kudrow - actress ("Phoebe" on Friends)
Fred Savage - actor (The Wonder Years)
Audrey Hepburn - actress (Breakfast at Tiffany's)
George Orwell - author, journalist
Princess Diana - Princess of Wales
Aldous Huxley - English author
Isabel Briggs Myers - psychological theorist
Mia Farrow - actress
Peter Jackson - filmmaker (Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien - writer (Lord of the Rings)
Albert Schweitzer - theologian, musician, physician


George W. Bush
Grover Cleveland
Bette Davis
Rev. Billy Graham
William Henry Harrison
Andrew Jackson
Lyndon B. Johnson
James Monroe
Carrie Nation
Elliot Ness
John D. Rockefeller
Pat Summit
Robert A. Taft
Sam Walton


Desi Arnaz
Jack Benny
Terry Bradshaw
Dixie Carter
John Connally
Sally Field
Danny Glover
Mary Tyler Moore
Nancy Kerrigan
Don Knotts
William McKinley
Steve Spurrier
Elvis Stojiko
Sally Struthers


Warren Buffet
George H. W. Bush
Queen Elizabeth II
Benjamin Harrison
Evander Holyfield
Herbert Hoover
Andrew Johnson
Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Harry Truman
George Washington
Jack Webb


Louisa May Alcott
Barbara Bush
Michael Caine
Robert E. Lee
Queen Mary I
Jimmy Stewart
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Kristi Yamaguchi
Mother Theresa


Lucille Ball
James Buchanan - American President
Jimmy Conners - tennis player
Joan Cusack
Michael J. Fox
Ernest Hemingway
Jacob (Israel) - Isaac's son, Abraham's grandson
Ann Jillian
Madonna -singer
Eddie Murphy
Jack Nicholson - actor
Simon Peter
Roy Rogers
Cybil Shepherd
Donald Trump - businessman, TV personality
Mae West
Bruce Willis


Gracie Allen - comedian
Bill Clinton - American President, politician
Eva Gabor - actress
Kathy Lee Gifford - actress, singer
Cindy Gliebe - American vegan chef
John Goodman - actor
Arsenio Hall - comedian
Bob Hope - actor
Earvin "Magic" Johnson - basketball player
Peter Kay - writer, actor, comedian
Saint Mark - apostle, evangelist
Marilyn Monroe - actor, singer, model
Pablo Picasso - Spanish painter, sculptor
Kyle Petty - NASCAR driver
Elvis Presley - singer/musician, actor
Ronald Reagan - American President, actor
Mary Lou Retton - gymnast
Willard Scott - media personality
Elizabeth Taylor - actress


Charles Bronson - actor
Robin Cook - British politician
Tom Cruise - actor
James Dean - actor
Clint Eastwood - actor and director
Judy Finnigan - British TV star
Katharine Hepburn - actress
Michael Jordan - athelete (basketball, baseball)
Bruce Lee - martial artist, actor
John Malkovich - actor
Burt Reynolds - actor
Keith Richards - English guitarist/singer
Alan Shepherd - astronaut
Zachary Taylor - American President
Antony Worrall Thompson - British celebrity chef
Chuck Yeager - U.S. Air Force officer
Frank Zappa - guitarist


Marie Antoinette - Archduchess of Austria, Queen of France
Fred Astaire - actor, dancer
Kevin Costner - actor
Doris Day - actress, singer
Millard Fillmore - American President
Paul Gauguin - artist
Ulysses S. Grant - American President
Liberace - entertainer
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - composer
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - First Lady (Wife of J.F.K.)
Dan Quayle - American Vice President
Auguste Rodin - French sculptor
Brooke Shields - actress
Steven Spielberg - filmmaker
Barbara Streisand - singer
John Travolta - actor

Ann Coulter
Hillary Clinton

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Giuliano Di Staulo: HOW is HILLARY CLINTON an

HOW is HILLARY CLINTON an ISFP?! Worst typing!! She says that parents have to draw the line on dressing their kids too inappropriately and that they have to draw the line in that. Those are DEFINITE fighting words for an ISFP, probably even for an INFP, or ExFP!

She's ISTJ—ESTJ, but she self-identifies as an introvert (but not as INTJ!!!)

Asbjørn Damkjær: Jane Austen duplicate

Jane Austen is both listed as INTP and INTJ

Sharon Valeri: Ann Coulter an ISFP?

Ann Coulter an ISFP? Absolutely not. Same with Hillary Clinton. Neither one is artistic. ESTX for Ann, ISTJ for Hillary.

Jon Jones: Martin Luther was no INTJ.

Martin Luther was no INTJ. Far too flamboyant and extroverted. He may well have been an ENTJ as he certainly was strategic, intellectual, visionary, uncompromising, and the chief wherever he was.

Anonymous: Mistyping

Joseph Haydn was definitely not an extrovert, despite his outgoing music. He seems to have more of an Fe-Ti and Ni-Se axis. Probably an INFJ. Though INFJs can appear outgoing.

Some more composers:

Monteverdi - INFP
JS Bach - ISTJ
Beethoven - INFP
Chopin - INTJ
Schumann - INFP
Liszt - ENFP
Debussy - INFJ

Hint: Type based on biography, never on music

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