INTPs are more like the logician in the group, and there is nothing more that can make them unhappy than being common or ordinary. And the fact that INTPs make about 3% of the population definitely works for them! INTPs take much pride in their creativity and inventiveness- owing it to their unique perspective and intellect most INTPs are known to be writers and architects, most of them even responsible for many scientific discoveries! INTPs are lovers of patterns, systems and design and are usually caught up in the search for universal law and theory behind everything. They love spotting discrepancies between statements, which would make it a bad idea to lie to an INTP. Often engaged in their own thoughts, INTPs might seem to look unconventional and offbeat but for them, the mind is the loudest and most active place and can easily neglect superficial things. Small talks tire them but deep conversations about science and theoretical problems will get them downright passionate and thrilled. INTPs choose their words with utmost caution and are typically precise and to-the-point in their speech and communication. Even in the most casual conversation, INTPs insist on intellectual content and will willingly point out inconsistencies, be showing more interest in analysing logic than portraying social niceties. There are tons of INTPs in the social and entertainment space that are famous for their incredible talents and skills in different fields. Famous people like Albert Einstein, Tina Fey, Meryl Streep, and Jesse Eisenberg share the same INTP trait. There is still so much to learn from the famous INTPs- keep reading and find out!
Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincoln
12 February 1809, American
American President.
Meryl StreepMeryl Streep
22 June 1949, American
American actress

Marie CurieMarie Curie
07 November 1867, Polish
First woman to win a Nobel Prize

Dwight D. EisenhowerDwight D. Eisenhower
14 October 1890, American
34th U.S. President

Ashley OlsenAshley Olsen
13 June 1986, American
 

Charles DarwinCharles Darwin
12 February 1809, British
Naturalist, Geologist
Jane AustenJane Austen
16 December 1775, British
Novelist

Tina FeyTina Fey
18 May 1970, American
American actress

Larry PageLarry Page
26 March 1973, American
Co-founder of Google

Carl JungCarl Jung
26 July 1875, Swiss
Psychiatrist
Franz KafkaFranz Kafka
03 July 1883, Austrian
Novelist

Sergey BrinSergey Brin
21 August 1973, Russian, American
Computer scientist
John LockeJohn Locke
29 August 1632, British
Father of Classical Liberalism

Bob NewhartBob Newhart
05 September 1929, American
American stand-up comedian

Adam SmithAdam Smith
16 June 1723, Scottish
Economist and Philosopher
James MadisonJames Madison
16 March 1751, American
4th President of the United States

John Quincy AdamsJohn Quincy Adams
11 July 1767, American
 
Rick MoranisRick Moranis
18 April 1953, Canadian
Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter & Musician

Thomas AquinasThomas Aquinas
28 January 1225, Italian
Philosophers, Theologian

Richard Dawkins Richard Dawkins
26 March 1941, British
Evolutionary Biologist
Charlotte GainsbourgCharlotte Gainsbourg
21 July 1971, French, British
Actress

Milton FriedmanMilton Friedman
31 July 1912, American
Economist, Statistician
Alan GreenspanAlan Greenspan
06 March 1926, American
American economist

Ben SteinBen Stein
25 November 1944, American
Writer, Actor, Lawyer

René DéscartesRené Déscartes
31 March 1596, French
Mathematician, Philosopher and Writer

David CronenbergDavid Cronenberg
15 March 1943, Canadian
Film director, Screenwriter, Actor, Film producer,
ThucydidesThucydides
0460 BC, Greek
Historian, Writer
Glenn GouldGlenn Gould
25 September 1932, Canadian
Pianist, Composer

Randall MunroeRandall Munroe
17 October 1984, American
Programmer, Comics artist, Writer, Computer