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Enneagram Type 7 Celebrities and Famous People

Famous people who are Type 7 Enneagram

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Type 7s are fun-loving people who love to entertain and enjoy make people smile. They are witty, charismatic, sociable, and always on the move.Type 7s often develop multiple talents and pursue various interests throughout their lives. Note that many of the famous Type 7s listed below have been successful in multiple different careers.


Enneagram Type 7 Famous Actors and Directors

Type Sevens, with their magnetic personalities, over-the-top sense of humor, and firm belief that everyone should be having a good time, are well represented among the most popular actors and entertainers.

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Jim Carrey

Canadian actor Jim Carrey has delivered numerous blockbuster comedies including Dumb and Dumber and TV sketch comedies including In Living Color. His high-energy antics have left audiences thinking as well as chuckling.

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Robin Williams

Robin Williams started his career as a stand-up comedian and quickly rose to fame in San Francisco and Los Angeles before he began acting in television and films. Some of his best-known titles are Mrs. Doubtfire and Dead Poets Society.

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Tom Holland

Tom Holland, a British actor who is also a renowned ballet dancer has starred as Superman in six movies within six years.

Other mentions: Robert Downey Jr., Jennifer Lawrence, Ryan Reynolds, Ricky Gervais, Jack Black, Sacha Baron Cohen, Alexa Demie, Carrie Fisher, Jack Nicholson, Jason Momoa, Robert Sheehan, James Franco.


Enneagram Type 7 Famous Musicians

As musicians, Type Sevens captivate listeners with a variety of styles and instruments. Their high-energy pieces are usually upbeat, complex, surprising, and entertaining.

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Doja Cat

This California-based singer, songwriter, and record producer began releasing songs on SoundCloud as a teen, then released her first album at the age of 18. Her recent singles have gone viral on YouTube.

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Freddie Mercury

The lead singer for Queen, Freddie Mercury captivated millions of fans with his three-octave range and engaging stage presence. He wrote popular hits including Bohemian Rhapsody and We are the Champions.

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Miley Cyrus

Named the Most Charted Teenager by the Guiness Book of World Records in 2011, Miley Cyrus strategically built a career in music following fame as a child actress. Young fans have avidly followed her adventures and romances as well as her music career.

Other mentions: J-Hope, Tyler, the Creator, Victoria de Angelis, Kesha, Dominic Harrison, Axl Rose.


Enneagram Type 7 Famous Philosophers

Type Sevens are imaginative thinkers who have a knack for expanding our horizons by reframing old ideas and concepts to reveal startling new points of view. They often use humor and shock-value to gain notoriety as well as popularity.

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Voltaire

This French philosopher championed the Enlightenment and delivered witty critiques of the Catholic Church in the first part of the 18th century. He advocated reason and personal freedom, two values that are close to the hearts of most Type Sevens.

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Aristippus of Cyrene

The founder of a school of thought known as ethical hedonism, this enthusiastic student of Socrates taught his students to find joy, pleasure, and hope in all kinds of circumstances.

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David Chalmers

Specializing in “the hard problems of consciousness,” David Chalmers is an Australian philosopher, cognitive scientist, and renowned mathematician who has made ground-breaking discoveries in neural science.

Other mentions: Clovis de Barros Filho, Michel Foucault, Denis Diderot.


Enneagram Type 7 Famous Sportspeople

Type Seven athletes go to the playing field to entertain and connect with fans as much as they do to compete and win. They often complement their uniforms with attention-grabbing hair colours and styles. Headlines are filled with their off-time exploits as well as their accomplishments on the field.

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Usain Bolt

Voted Jamaica's Personality of the Year in 2012, Usain Bolt has been called the greatest sprinter of all time. He earned five Olympic medals while winning the hearts of fans across the globe. He has also appeared as an actor on Saturday Night Live and recently released his first music album.

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Ronaldinho Gaúcho

When he played football (soccer) for Barcelona and for Brazil, Ronaldinho Gaúcho was known for his creativity and agility as he performed frequent tricks, feints, no-look passes and highly accurate free-kicks that never failed to surprise his fans. He played a variety of positions with amazing talent and is considered one of the sport's all-time best players.

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Ebrar Karakurt

Sporting a bold pink hairstyle, this 21-year-old volleyball player led Turkey's team to win three games in the Tokyo Olympics. She described her Olympic experience as more fun than she had ever dreamed and cherished taking home numerous pins that she exchanged with other athletes. True to Type Seven form, she told the press that it is her “duty to bring dynamism and excitement” to her team.

Other mentions: Gerard Pique, Rayssa Leal, Thomas Muller, Alexa Bliss, Paul Pogba, Ric Flair, Arturo Vidal, Eddie Guerrero.


Enneagram Type 7 Fictional Characters

In films and novels, Type Sevens are usually the characters who introduce plot twists and keep the action moving. They stubbornly refuse to give up the silver-linings no one else can see, and they deliver rousing speeches that inspire heroic attempts at the eleventh hour. Their antics cause as many problems as they solve.

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Fred and George Weasley

The Weasley twins are known for their optimism and light-hearted rule breaking. They love to entertain by pulling witty pranks and clever magic. The twins are creative and strategic thinkers who are always thinking two steps ahead. The jokes never stop, even when one of them loses an ear.

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Captain Jack Sparrow

A dedicated optimist with solid self-confidence, this character keeps the plot moving by transforming every crisis into an opportunity. He always has a plan, and he has no problems gaining the support and admiration of followers, even if it means concealing or distorting his true agenda.

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Clementine Kruczynski (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)

Fun-loving and assertive Clementine is all about experiences that make her feel alive. Assertive and confident, she doesn't hesitate to pursue whatever grabs her interest in the moment. Goes to extremes to keep painful memories away.

Other mentions: Alexis Rose of Schitt's Creek, Yuji Itadori of Jujutsu Kaisen, D’Artagnan of The Three Musketeers, Ford Prefect of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Tony Stonem of Skins UK, John Shelby of Peaky Blinders, Harleen Quinzel of Harley Quinn.

 


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Chloe Yarwood, MSc

University of Chichester, Advanced Applied Psychology

Chloe Yarwood, MSc in Advanced Applied Psychology from University of Chichester. Specialist in personality type theory and developing valid personality questionnaires.