People resonating with this personality type are natural-born, confident leaders that beget influence. They are loved for their charisma and passion toward anything they put their heart to and also take great pride in guiding others to attain any desired goal. ENTJs are called ‘Givers’ because of their generous personality and their willingness to care, which gives them a sense of acceptance. Their excellent communication skills also give them an edge as it helps them nail the first impression, often making themselves easy to talk to and also hold deep conversations with ease. ENFJs form around 3% in the world and are oftentimes known to choose careers in politics, teaching, social events and so on. ENFJs are driven, with their energy levels are always at its peak, and are known to have a lot on their plates. Their natural instincts to be acutely aware of human suffering make them optimistic and goal-oriented. They are ambitious but not in a self-serving way rather they feel the need to make the world a better place. There are many ENFJs who are known for their characteristics and personality that indirectly changed the course of the world. Famous ENFJs that have made great waves in Hollywood are Morgan Freeman, Emma Stone, Michael Moore, and Ben Stiller. There are still so much to discover- keep reading more about these famous ENFJs and you might be surprised to learn something new about them.
Joe BidenJoe Biden
20 November 1942, American
Vice President of the U.S.A
Bradley CooperBradley Cooper
05 January 1975, American
Actor

Jennifer LawrenceJennifer Lawrence
15 August 1990, American
Actress

Reese WitherspoonReese Witherspoon
22 March 1976, American
Actress

Kate WinsletKate Winslet
05 October 1975, British
Actress

Nelson MandelaNelson Mandela
18 July 1918, South African
Anti-Apartheid Activist, President of ANC and
Dakota FanningDakota Fanning
23 February 1994, American
Actress

Oprah WinfreyOprah Winfrey
29 January 1954, American
Media proprietor

Helena Bonham CarterHelena Bonham Carter
26 May 1966, British
 

Neil deGrasse TysonNeil deGrasse Tyson
05 October 1958, American
Astrophysicist
Pope John Paul IIPope John Paul II
18 May 1920, Polish
The 264th Pope (Bishop of Rome)

Maya AngelouMaya Angelou
04 April 1928, American
Author
AnnaSophia RobbAnnaSophia Robb
08 December 1993, American
Actress

BonoBono
10 May 1960, Irish
 

Nigella LawsonNigella Lawson
06 January 1960, British
Television Personality, Gourmet, Food Writer
Michael MooreMichael Moore
23 April 1954, American
Documentary Filmmaker

CiceroCicero
03 January 0106, Italian, Ancient Roman
Philosopher, Political Theorist
Zack de la RochaZack de la Rocha
12 January 1970, American
 

PericlesPericles
0494 BC, Greek
First Citizen of Democratic Athens

Alfred AdlerAlfred Adler
07 February 1870, Austrian
 
Erich FrommErich Fromm
23 March 1900, German
Psychologist, Philosopher, University teacher,

Matthieu RicardMatthieu Ricard
15 February 1946, French
Molecular biologist, Photographer, Bhikkhu,
Vaclav HavelVaclav Havel
05 October 1936, Czech
 

Erich Seligmann FrommErich Seligmann Fromm
23 March 1900, German