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ISFP Famous People and Characters

There are many ISFP famous people across the world. From famous ISFP celebrities to ISFP characters and politicians. Here we will discuss a few of them.

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ISFP Actors

As actors, ISFPs are as playful as they are hardworking, and their portrayals of various characters are deeply felt.
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Audrey Hepburn

Described by Sophia Lauren as “meek, gentle, and ethereal,” Audrey Hepburn once claimed that life is all about children and flowers.

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Brad Pitt

For Brad Pitt, doing what feels right and being true to who you are is more important than following a moral code. He is more comfortable communicating via actions than words, and he is not afraid to throw himself into ambiguous situations that he has to feel his way through.

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Ryan Gosling

Described by Emma Stone as “very much his own person,” Ryan Gosling expresses his unique tastes in the details of his clothing ensembles. He is known to be an empathetic and attentive listener.

Other mentions: Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool), Park Hae-Soo (Squid Game), Kento Yamazaki (Your Lie in April), Adam Sandler (Little Nicky), and Jared Leto (Requiem for a Dream).

ISFP Musicians

ISFPs express their emotions, experiences, and values in their music. They often have unique styles, visually as well as musically.
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Mick Jagger

Rolling Stone Magazine famously described Mick Jagger as difficult to interview, not only because he is so reserved but because so much of what he communicates is nonverbal and evades quoting.

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Enya explains that her core philosophy is to “live and let live.” She has described herself as a shy person who only does publicity for the sake of her craft.

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Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne has described herself as a care-free and fun-loving person who lives in the moment. She is proud of having written all of the songs on her albums as an expression of her true self.

Notable mentions: Michael Jackson (Jackson 5), Paul McCartney (The Beatles), Lana Del Rey, and Amy Winehouse.

ISFP Literary Figures

ISFP poets and novelists create lasting impressions by portraying rich internal and external landscapes that readers experience viscerally.
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Jack Kerouac

Jack Kerouac's novels explore the inner landscape of adventurous and laid-back ISFPs as much as they do physical places.

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Richard Siken

Richard Siken's poems are realistic an uplifting. He prefers the imagery of poetry over explanations in prose to express a wide range of emotions. He cares for developmentally disabled adults.

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Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas wrote poems full of vivid imagery that evoked deep emotions, many of them about finding and staying true to one's unique identity. He didn't conform to any of the movements of his time.

Notable mentions: Kate Chopin, Truman Capote, Gabriella Mistral, Charles Bukowski, and Anna Akhmatova.

ISFP Political Figures and Royalty

When ISFPs go into sports, they usually choose structured games that stimulate and challenge their mental abilities. They establish step-by-step goals and follow systematic routines to develop their strength and skills. Fiercely competitive against their own records, they often maintain their abilities throughout long careers.
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis invited the nation's most talented musicians, actors, and intellectuals to the White House. She established fashion trends across the globe by staying true to her own personal sense of style, which she adapted dramatically to reflect changes she went through throughout her life.

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Jack Nicklaus

Ulysses S. Grant was described as an innocent man who held no grudges, expressed empathy for his adversaries, and preferred to go his own way.

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Princess Diana

Princess Diana was known to be kind and loving, with a spontaneous sense of fun. She famously said that she led from the heart, not the head, and that she didn't go by a rule book. As a fashion icon, she expressed herself through her unique style.

Notable mentions: Prince Nikolai of Denmark, Infanta Leonor of Asturias, Mariano Rajoy, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, and Mohammad VI.

ISFP Fictional Characters

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Rubeus Hagrid (Harry Potter))

This Harry Potter character is intensely emotional, but he doesn't wear his heart on his sleeve. He accepts everyone and even has compassion for dangerous monsters.

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Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë's classic character quickly gets tired of routines and seeks new adventures. She describes the feelings that arose in particular moments in depth as an integral part of her decision-making process, which is very private. A favorite solace is the beauty of wild, natural places

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Oliver Twist

While living with thieves, the young Oliver Twist focuses on staying true to his own sense of right and wrong, and he doesn't try to persuade his companions. His emotions are so intense that they send him into faints and fevers, but he tries not to burden others with these frightening spells. He is fascinated by what is happening around him in the moment and doesn't dwell on the past.

Notable mentions: Legolas (The Lord of the Rings), Theodore Laurence “Laurie” (Little Women), Allison Reynolds (Breakfast Club), Hazel (Umbrella Academy), Grace Burgess (Peaky Blinders).


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Ellie Simmonds, MSc

University of Bath, Psychology

Ellie Simmonds, MSc in Psychology from University of Bath. Ellie is an associate lecturer on psychometric assessments and has extensive knowledge of the 16-type model.