INFJ or Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging is a very rare personality trait that is found in one percent of the total population. People with INFJ are an inspiration to others. They are usually idealistic and considerate people who are usually artistic and creative. They tend to be good psychologists and counsellors. Mahatma Gandhi, renowned as the Father of India, is one of the most influential men to bring independence to India. The overpowering force of INFJ helped him accomplish his goal without the use of army. Noam Chomsky, a writer, philosopher, and scientist is also an individual with INFJ. Adolf Hitler, Mahatama Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Thomas Jefferson, Niels Bohr, Plato and Al Pacino are a few famous personalities with INFJ personality trait. To know more about famous people with INFJ, scroll down.

Martin Luther King Jr Martin Luther King Jr.
15 January 1929, American
Civil Rights Activist
Adolf HitlerAdolf Hitler
20 April 1889, Austrian, German
Nazi Leader, German Dictator and Chancellor of

Mahatma GandhiMahatma Gandhi
02 October 1869, Indian
Leader of Indian Independence Movement

Jennifer ConnellyJennifer Connelly
12 December 1970, American
Actress

Al PacinoAl Pacino
25 April 1940, American
Actor

George HarrisonGeorge Harrison
25 February 1943, British
Musician
Benedict CumberbatchBenedict Cumberbatch
19 July 1976, British
Actor

Michelle PfeifferMichelle Pfeiffer
29 April 1958, American
American actress

Noam ChomskyNoam Chomsky
07 December 1928, American
Linguist
Marilyn MansonMarilyn Manson
05 January 1969, American
Singer-songwriter

Leo TolstoyLeo Tolstoy
09 September 1828, Russian
 
PlatoPlato
0428 BC, Greek
Philosopher

Leonard CohenLeonard Cohen
21 September 1934, Canadian
Singer-songwriter

Carl JungCarl Jung
26 July 1875, Swiss
Psychiatrist

Adrien BrodyAdrien Brody
14 April 1973, American
Actor, Producer

Carey MulliganCarey Mulligan
28 May 1985, British
Actress
Fyodor DostoevskyFyodor Dostoevsky
11 November 1821, Russian
Russian novelist

Dante AlighieriDante Alighieri
30 April 1265, Italian
Poet

Arthur SchopenhauerArthur Schopenhauer
22 February 1788, German
Philosopher

Ludwig WittgensteinLudwig Wittgenstein
26 April 1889, Austrian
Philosopher
Simone de BeauvoirSimone de Beauvoir
09 January 1908, French
Writer

Baruch SpinozaBaruch Spinoza
24 November 1632, Dutch
Dutch philosopher
Mary WollstonecraftMary Wollstonecraft
27 April 1759, British
Writer

Niels BohrNiels Bohr
07 October 1885, Danish
Nobel Prize Winning Physicist

David FincherDavid Fincher
28 August 1962, American
American director
Sufjan StevensSufjan Stevens
01 July 1975, American
Singer-songwriter, Composer, Oboist, Banjoist,

Derren BrownDerren Brown
27 February 1971, British
Illusionist