Top 7 Famous People with ENFJ Personality


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Definition of an ENFJ 

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ENFJ is the acronym used by the Myers-Briggs (MBTI) to describe extroverted people who prefer to use their intuition, feeling, and judging cognitive functions to receive information, make decisions, and interact with the outside world.  

Extroverts love to be around lots of people. They are friendly, cheerful, and enthusiastic. When there is a party, an extrovert will be there making everyone laugh with their jokes and funny stories. 

While they like to have fun, ENFJs are known for their warm, caring, empathetic, generous, supportive, and self-sacrificing nature. They are confident, ambitious, organized, and optimistic, and have excellent communication skills, and a clear vision for the future.    

ENFJs are wholeheartedly dedicated to helping others. However, their humanitarian devotion can lead them to neglect their own needs and the needs of their loved ones. 

When things go wrong, ENFJs can lack confidence in their abilities, and blame themselves. They need constant approval from others and can be overly sensitive to criticism.  

ENFJs are extremely persuasive and have a special talent for getting people to do what they want, but they can be manipulative and overbearing.


Famous People and the ENFJ Personality 

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Even though ENFJ people are fiercely ambitious and determined not to let anything stand in the way of their success, they also lead the way in their efforts to change the world.  

Whether they are singers, actors, writers, or journalists, famous ENFJs believe their talents, influence, time, and money will ultimately be used for the common good.  

People naturally follow them because of their unique altruistic ideas, cleverly devised social justice initiatives, and inspiring messages of hope and courage in the face of adversity. 


ENFJs cognitive functions 


The intuition preference is essential for famous ENFJs. It helps them to receive information, discern people’s true motivations, work cohesively with others, and create a healthy life/work balance.  


Famous ENFJs rely on their feelings to navigate their way through life. Their heightened sensitivity to other people’s feelings helps them to make strong connections with others.  

They tend to make decisions on how they feel at the time, so they can be unpredictable. They also like to consider other people’s feelings so their decision-making can be tentative when their decisions may hurt others.   

Famous ENFJs need to guard their hearts as emotionally motivated decisions may cause them pain, harm their careers, or even ruin their reputations.  


Although ENFJs are quite adaptable, they still like to be in control of a situation, which is especially important in the high-profile celebrity world.   

By making careful judgments about situations and people, they can live the orderly life they desire. This judging function also helps them to maintain control over how much information they will reveal to the media about their personal life. 


Famous ENFJs

Famous ENFJs
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Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was an American poet, writer, actress, and civil rights activist. She is famous for her writing that highlighted socio-cultural themes of economic, racial, and sexual oppression. She has worked with other civil rights activists such as Malcolm X and Martin Luther King.  

A literary legend, Maya Angelou has written seven autobiographical volumes, three collections of essays; many volumes of poetry, a tribute to Nelson Mandela (His Day is Done), and two cookbooks.  

Her most famous poem, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, and her autobiography which is called by the same name is about her traumatic childhood. She was raped as a child and faced racism and discrimination.  

In 1972, she wrote the screenplay for Georgia, and by so doing she became the first African American woman to have a screenplay made into a feature film.  

Maya Angelou was one of the first African American female members to be inducted into the Directors Guild of America. 

She has starred in the films Poetic Justice,  How to Make an American Quilt and the television mini-series Roots. 

Maya Angelou has won three Grammy awards: Best Spoken Word Album or Non-Musical Album for  On the Pulse of Morning, Phenomenal Woman, and A Song Flung up to Heaven. Each in 1993, 1995, and 2000 respectively. 

She was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Obama and was honored by more than 70 universities throughout the world. 

ENFJ characteristics 

As an ENFJ, Maya Angelou was gregarious, kind, charismatic, compassionate, and optimistic. She was exceptionally talented and creative. 

Her strength and resilience continue to inspire writers to embrace their literary giftings, not only to draw attention to social issues but help them cope with trauma.  

Maya had a great love for others, and she had a powerful impact on everyone she met. Oprah Winfrey called Angelou “my mentor, mother/sister, and friend… and a teacher who taught her the best life lessons. Oprah also described Angelou as a woman who “moved through the world with unshakeable calm, confidence, and a fierce grace. She will always be the rainbow in my cloud.” (Messer, ABC News, 2014). 


“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” 

“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” 

Reece Witherspoon

Reece Witherspoon is an American actress, producer, entrepreneur, and activist. She is best known for her romantic comedies and portrayal of charming, strong, and independent characters.  

Her best-loved films include Freeway, Pleasantville, Cruel Intentions, Election, the Legally Blonde franchise, Sweet Home Alabama, Walk the Line, Four Christmases, This Means War, Water for Elephants, Wild, Hot Pursuit, and A Wrinkle in Time. 

She has appeared in Friends, Big Little Lies, Little Fires Everywhere , and The Morning Show. 

Reece Witherspoon won an Academy Award for Best Actress inWalk the Linein 2006 and an Emmy for outstanding limited series forBig Little Lies. 

She has written a book called Whiskey in a Teacup which contains recipes, lifestyle tips, and Southern traditions. 

Her production company Hello Sunshine is involved in television, film, podcasts, and publishing, and she owns a retail company called Draper James. 

Reece supports breast cancer research and is an advocate for domestic violence prevention. She serves on the Children’s Defense Fund, a child advocacy and research group, and Save the Children charity, and is involved in the Save the Stories initiative along with Jennifer Garner.  

ENFJ characteristics 

Reece Witherspoon is an ENFJ because she is bright, bubbly, friendly, kind, confident, ambitious, determined, optimistic, and honest. 

She is not just a glamorous accomplished actress, but a force to be reckoned with in the business world. Reece Witherspoon has “built her own [women-centric] empire”, and even an online book club [that is] poised to one day rival Oprah’s book club. (Rose, The Hollywood Reporter, 2019)    

She cares deeply about other people’s well-being and strives to make a positive difference for women and children in the world through the charities she is actively involved with. 


“I believe ambition is not a dirty word. It’s just believing in yourself and your abilities. Imagine this: What would happen if we were all brave enough to be a little bit more ambitious? I think the world would change.”  

Every day you have to choose and cultivate your own happiness.”  

Emma Stone

Emma Stone is an American actress and social activist. She is one of the most celebrated actresses in Hollywood and is known for her acting versatility and distinctively husky voice.  

Her most notable films are Super Bad, Zombieland and its sequel, Easy A, Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Help, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Gangster Squad, Magic in the Moonlight, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Battle of the Sexes, The Favourite, and Cruella. She has also lent her voice to the animated family film The Croods: A New Age. 

For her mesmerizing role in La La Land, she won a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, and an Oscar. 

Emma serves as a board member for the Child Mind Institute and is involved with the #WeThriveInside mental health awareness campaign. 

She was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by  Time magazine. 

ENFJ characteristics 

Emma Stone is an ENFJ as she is gregarious, warm, empathetic, kind-hearted, enthusiastic, fun, confident, compassionate, ambitious, honest, and diplomatic. 

From a young age, Emma Stone had a clear vision for her acting. At age 14, she created a “thoroughly researched ‘Project Hollywood’ proposal” in the form of a PowerPoint presentation to convince her parents to allow her to move to Hollywood, “where she believed she could be the Next Big Thing.” (Iggulden, The Sun, 2016) 

The presentation, her fierce determination, and her persuasive nature convinced her parents. Emma and her mother moved to LA so that Emma could pursue her acting dream.  

Emma Stone suffers from anxiety, so she journals to help her cope. She encouraged children and young adults to use their creative writing gifts to help manage anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic. She is also a bold spokesperson for mental health issues. 


“I can’t think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself.”

“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life.”


Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning is an American actress. As a child actress, she has starred in I am Sam, Uptown Girls, The Cat in the Hat, Man on Fire, War of the Worlds, Dreamer, Charlotte’s Web, Sweet Home Alabama, and in Steven Spielberg’s science fiction mini-series Taken. 

At the age of 12, she was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 

She has ranked 4th in the Forbes list of Top-Earning Stars Aged Under 21.” As of 2006, she had earned an estimated $4 million.  

She has won an MTV Movie & TV Award, a Kids’ Choice Award, a Satellite Special Achievement Award, a Critics’ Award, and a BFCA Critics’ Award. 

As a mature-aged actress, she has starred in Hounddog, The Secret Lives of Bees, The Runaways, The Twilight Saga, Now is Good, Night Moves, Very Good Girls, Effie Gray, Ocean’s 8, The Alienist, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and in the Showtime biographical drama series, The First Lady. 

In 2018, Dakota joined the United Nations to raise awareness of autism and break autistic stereotypes and discrimination. 

ENFJ characteristics 

Dakota Fanning is an ENFJ not just because she is friendly, warm, caring, enthusiastic, ambitious, and confident, but she also calls herself an ENFJ. Dakota is interested in psychology as it helps her to create authentic characters. 

She is not only passionate about her career but also about making a positive difference in the global community. Recently, Dakota spoke about the film Please Stand By, where she portrayed a woman with autism. In preparing for her role, she learned about autism and was inspired to join an initiative that empowers women and girls with autism.   


“It’s important to be a global citizen at the same time and appreciate different cultures and different people and different ways of life.”

“You have to stay true to your true friends and your family.”


Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper is an American actor. He is famous for his acting versatility in comedy, action, and drama films, and his striking blues eyes. He is one of the highest-paid actors and he is currently worth $57 million. 

His best-loved films are Wedding Crashers, Failure to Launch, The Hangover franchise, He’s Just Not That Into You, Valentine’s Day, Limitless, Hit and Run, The Place Beyond the Pines, Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle, American Sniper, Burnt, Joy, The Mule, and Nightmare Alley. He also provided the voice for the character Rocket in the Guardians of the Galaxy and its sequel, and in Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.  

When he played Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in American Sniper, Cooper had to gain an additional 40 pounds of muscle by eating 5,000 calories a day and working with a trainer. 

To undergo a dramatic transformation as the deeply disfigured Merrick in the Broadway production of The Elephant Man, Cooper had adhered to a strict diet and ate only pumpkin soup during rehearsals. 

In 2014, he founded The Bradley Charles Cooper Foundation which supports patients diagnosed with cancer and their families. 

ENFJ characteristics 

Bradley Cooper is a great example of an ENFJ. He is outgoing, gregarious, charismatic, charming, idealistic, optimistic, and caring.  

He is admired by his co-stars and many of them have described him as having a strong work ethic, a sense of humor, and being “an extremely easy person to work with on set.” (Harper, TheThings, 2021). 

He is comfortable in the limelight and has a large fan base called Mini Coopers.  

ENFJs tend to follow their heart more than their head, and Bradley Cooper has “dated a string of high-profile women over the years. However, the breakups were amicable and Bradley has stayed friends with some of his past ladies 


“In a relationship you want to treat people the way you want to be treated.”

This is what I believe to be true. You have to do everything you can. You have to work your hardest. And if you do, if you stay positive, then you have a shot at a silver lining.



Bono is the lead singer of the Irish rock band U2, a songwriter, and a global philanthropist. 

He has been called a “90’s pop philosopher” who has written the most iconic rock songs ever written such as New Year’s Day, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For, and Sweetest Thing. 

Throughout his career, Bono has contributed to more than 40 charities and 30 causes.  

In 2002, he founded Debt, AIDS, Trade, Africa (DATA), an advocacy organization that seeks to eradicate poverty, hunger, and the spread of  AIDS in Africa.  

In 2004, Bono co-founded the ONE Campaign to fight extreme poverty and preventable diseases worldwide but with a strong focus on Africa. 

In 2006, he helped to create Red, which is a project of the ONE Campaign. Red works with the world’s most iconic brands and organizations to help fight against AIDS.  

ENFJ characteristics 

Bono is a perfect example of an ENFJ. He is confident, idealistic, optimistic, fun-loving, energetic, creative, compassionate, and empathetic.  

Not only has Bono enjoyed a successful musical career, but he also has “worked tirelessly to get the world’s attention focused on the problems plaguing the content of Africa”. (McFadden, Weinberg, and Sherwood, ABC News, 2009). He has spread his altruistic message through U2’s rock concerts, interviews, and magazines. 

His powerful global philanthropy is due to this contagious altruistic passion, celebrity influence, and persuasive ability. He has motivated celebrities, politicians, religious leaders, business leaders, and the general public to join him in his global humanitarian quest. 


“As a rock star, I have two instincts, I want to have fun, and I want to change the world. I have a chance to do both.” 

“Music can change the world because it can change people.” 

Diane Sawyer

Diane Sawyer is an American television broadcast journalist. With a 46-year career in news and current affairs, Sawyer is a highly respected journalist and a trailblazer for female journalists all around the world. 

She has worked on ABC World News Tonight, Good Morning America, 20/20, and Primetime news magazine.  

During her tenure at CBS News, she hosted CBS Morning and was the first woman correspondent on 60 Minutes.  

Before her journalism career, she was a member of US President Richard Nixon‘s White House staff. She helped President Richard Nixon prepare for his famous interviews with David Frost and helped Nixon write RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon.   

Sawyer is famous for her controversial interviews with celebrities, high-profile people, politicians, and even ruthless dictators. She has interviewed Mel Gibson, Whitney Houston, Brittney Spears, Amanda Knox, Saddam Hussein, and Vladimir Putin. 

ENFJ characteristics 

Diane Sawyer is an ENFJ because she is confident, gregarious, curious, charismatic, optimistic, empathic, and honest. 

While she is warm, engaging, diplomatic, and softly spoken, she can be confrontational when asking her celebrity guests tough questions. Many of her guests may feel uncomfortable and unwilling to talk about the intimate details of their lives. However, Diane Sawyer is incredibly persuasive and can get even the most reticent of celebrities to reveal their secrets.  

Diane believes it is her duty as a journalist to provide her viewers with a front-row seat to the real truth behind the news, but her altruistic manner has helped celebrities admit their failings and find redemption.  


“Follow what you are genuinely passionate about and let that guide you to your destination.”

“Do something you love in the most adventurous place you can and make sure it helps other people.”



It’s easy to see why famous ENFJs are so successful in their careers and social justice endeavors. They are gregarious, charming, highly organized, and influential, have a clear vision for the future, and their compassion for humankind is unrivaled.  

However, you don’t have to be famous, rich, or powerful to enjoy success and achieve your altruistic projects. Be committed to your goals regardless of setbacks. Learn from your mistakes. Celebrate your victories. And remember, even the smallest acts of kindness can transform a community and the world.  

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