The ESFJ personality types are generally called the consuls or the caregivers, and are the most popular because they make up to almost 12% of the population. ESFJs are easy to spot- they are the ones who love the spotlight, leading the team to victory, and are the ones who choose the cheerleading or quarterback positions in schools. Their inclination toward organising social gatherings and doing whatever it takes to make sure that their guests are happy is what the ESFJs are all about. No wonder they are called social creatures- ESFJs gain maximum energy when they are around the people they love, thriving on staying on par with what their friends are doing. At heart, ESFJs are altruists and will not stop at anything to help or do the right thing when the situation demands it. For them, their moral compass is based on traditions and upholding the authority and are generally against philosophy and mysticism. The media world is brimming with ESFJs who are no less than the ultimate game changers. Famous folks like Jennifer Lopez, Elton John, Whitney Houston, and Prince William are all partakers of the same personality type- ESFJ. Known for their consul trait, ESFJs are always game when it comes to any role that lets them participate in the most meaningful way, where they know they are valued and appreciated for their service. Leadership roles are taken with quite the dignity and the ESFJs love to position themselves with authority ensuring a clear and organised way of life for everyone involved.
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Singer, Actress
Elton JohnElton John
25 March 1947, British

Selena GomezSelena Gomez
22 July 1992, American

Mariah CareyMariah Carey
27 March 1970, American

Whitney HoustonWhitney Houston
09 August 1963, American

Vin DieselVin Diesel
18 July 1967, American
Actor, Filmmaker
Terry BradshawTerry Bradshaw
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Former NFL Star & TV Analyst

Jennifer GarnerJennifer Garner
17 April 1972, American

Anne HathawayAnne Hathaway
12 November 1982, American
Harry S. TrumanHarry S. Truman
08 May 1884, American
33rd President of the United States

Hugh JackmanHugh Jackman
12 October 1968, Australian
Actor, Producer
Jessica AlbaJessica Alba
28 April 1981, American

Vanessa HudgensVanessa Hudgens
14 December 1988, American

Ed SheeranEd Sheeran
17 February 1991, British

Woody HarrelsonWoody Harrelson
23 July 1961, American
Actor, Activist

Sarah PalinSarah Palin
11 February 1964, American
Former Governor of Alaska
Larry KingLarry King
19 November 1933, American
American Television and Radio Host

Victoria BeckhamVictoria Beckham
17 April 1974, British
Singer, Businesswoman, Model, Fashion Designer

Colin PowellColin Powell
05 April 1937, American
65th United States Secretary of State

Shania TwainShania Twain
28 August 1965, Canadian
Sally FieldSally Field
06 November 1946, American
American actress

Jason SegelJason Segel
18 January 1980, American
Mary Tyler MooreMary Tyler Moore
29 December 1936, American

Danny GloverDanny Glover
22 July 1946, American
American actor

Andrew CarnegieAndrew Carnegie
25 November 1835, American, Scottish
Industrialist, Businessman, Entrepreneur and a
Sam WaltonSam Walton
29 March 1918, American

Randy JacksonRandy Jackson
23 June 1956, American
Bassist, Record Producer, Television Personality.
Jack BennyJack Benny
14 February 1894, American
Comedian, Vaudevillian

Prince WilliamPrince William
21 June 1982, British
The Duke of Cambridge

Andy RooneyAndy Rooney
14 January 1919, American
Penelope CruzPenelope Cruz
28 April 1974, Spanish

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Regis PhilbinRegis Philbin
25 August 1931, American
Chris WallaceChris Wallace
12 October 1947, American

Celine DionCeline Dion
30 March 1968, Canadian

John BoehnerJohn Boehner
17 November 1949, American
Politician, Entrepreneur, Businessperson

Lesley StahlLesley Stahl
16 December 1941, American