The ENFP personality is a true free spirit! Enthusiastic, independent, energetic and compassionate, they are undoubtedly the life of the party! But it’s not just about having fun in life—they are also very much driven towards their goals and compassionate about social causes. A typical example is Sandra Bullock who is not only one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood but also a public supporter of the American Red Cross, having donated millions to the organization. Highly creative people like Dr. Seuss, Mark Twain, and Charles Dickens also had the ENFP personality which is hardly surprising given the humorous, satirical, and yet socially significant works they produced. But belonging to this personality also comes with a downside—ENFP people are more likely to be overly emotional and sensitiveand thus get hurt easily. They might not be able to deal with emotionally difficult situations and are prone to take extreme measures as the beloved actor Robin Williams did by committing suicide. This section provides you information about the life and works of Famous People with ENFP Personality.
Jennifer AnistonJennifer Aniston
11 February 1969, American
Robin WilliamsRobin Williams
21 July 1951, American
American stand-up comedian

Sandra BullockSandra Bullock
26 July 1964, American

Ellen DeGeneresEllen DeGeneres
26 January 1958, American

Daniel RadcliffeDaniel Radcliffe
23 July 1989, British

Shailene WoodleyShailene Woodley
15 November 1991, American
Actress, Activist
Shia LaBeoufShia LaBeouf
11 June 1986, American

Anne FrankAnne Frank
12 June 1929, German

Gwen StefaniGwen Stefani
03 October 1969, American
Singer, Songwriter, Fashion Designer, Actress

Keira KnightleyKeira Knightley
26 March 1985, British
Jerry SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld
29 April 1954, American

Oscar WildeOscar Wilde
16 October 1854, Irish
Sarah Michelle GellarSarah Michelle Gellar
14 April 1977, American

George CarlinGeorge Carlin
12 May 1937, American

Orson WellesOrson Welles
06 May 1915, American
Actor and Director
Sharon StoneSharon Stone
10 March 1958, American

Hunter S. ThompsonHunter S. Thompson
18 July 1937, American
Journalist and Author
Joseph Gordon-LevittJoseph Gordon-Levitt
17 February 1981, American
Actor, Director

Mark TwainMark Twain
30 November 1835, American
Author and Humorist

Rachel MaddowRachel Maddow
01 April 1973, American
American television host
Salman RushdieSalman Rushdie
19 June 1947, British

Alan WattsAlan Watts
06 January 1915, British, American
Philosopher, Writer & Speaker
Kurt VonnegutKurt Vonnegut
11 November 1922, American
American writer

Carly Rae JepsenCarly Rae Jepsen
21 November 1985, Canadian
Singer, Musician, Songwriter

Oliver StoneOliver Stone
15 September 1946, American
Film Director, Screenwriter, Producer

Aldous HuxleyAldous Huxley
26 July 1894, British, American
Katie CouricKatie Couric
07 January 1957, American
Ralph NaderRalph Nader
27 February 1934, American
Political Activist, Attorney

Jacques DerridaJacques Derrida
15 July 1930, Algerian, French

Umberto EcoUmberto Eco
05 January 1932, Italian
Italian Semiotician, Philosopher

Arianna HuffingtonArianna Huffington
15 July 1950, American
American-Greek author
Naomi KleinNaomi Klein
08 May 1970, Canadian

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J.J. AbramsJ.J. Abrams
27 June 1966, American
American film director

Salvador DaliSalvador Dali
11 May 1904, Spanish
Surrealist Painter

Osho RajneeshOsho Rajneesh
11 December 1931, Indian
One of the most controversial spiritual leaders

Anais NinAnais Nin
21 February 1903, American
Ian McDiarmidIan McDiarmid
11 August 1944, British
Stage actor, Film actor

Michio KakuMichio Kaku
24 January 1947, American
Theoretical physicist, Science writer, Popularizer
Philippe JarousskyPhilippe Jaroussky
13 February 1978, French
Singer, Opera singer

Brian CoxBrian Cox
03 March 1968, British
Physicist, university teacher, musician

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i DomènechSalvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech
11 May 1904, Spanish
Surrealist painter