I'm beginning to think it's pretty key, perception of parents when it comes to enneagram typing. It really seems central to the foundation of what will become your motivation, which is what enneagram is all about. (Or 'what is your motivation' may be more precise.)
It seems typing people on their personality characteristics always leads to doubt and controversy- just look at any of the typing threads- everyone's got a different idea as to what someone is. So I'm curious: does it just boil down to the question of, "How do you feel about your parents?" or "What's your relationship like with your parents?"
Maybe if you're confused as to what your type is you should ask yourself that question. When you have a clear answer- you might want to write it down- read the parental orientation in these descriptions. (Again, I'd recommend waiting to read them until after you've thought hard about it.):
Of course, you can't ask celebrities that question. Fortunately, that's a question interviewers love to ask. There is, however, the possibility the celebrity will lie in their response, muddying things. But still. I'm just throwing this out there as a potentially helpful tool.