I would like to agree with the experts about some fictional roles with particular actors. And I have a question about this: ¿How much an actor can role every type? I guess there are some types that might be difficult if the actor doesn't study the enneagram itself.
Annie Wilkes (Misery)
Observation: A very unhealthy 2?
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Tony Montana (Scarface)
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Maximillian Cohen (from Pi)
Ob: 555 !! a very unhealthy one...
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Hitler (Bruno Ganz interpretation, the one that create the viral meme "Hitler finds...")
Ob: I think this could be an unhealthy 6
Patrick Bateman (American Psycho)
Ob: a 7w6 going nuts?
Bullet Tooth Tony (Vinnie Jones performance in general)
Ob: I don't know... 8?
Andy Hanson (Before the Devil Knows You're Dead)
Ob: some kind of misstyped unhealthy 9?
Edward "Teddy" Daniels (Shutter Island)
Fight Club Narrator...
Ob: what? some kind of 4w5 in the bottom level 9?
I guess all characters where in low healthy levels. There are so much more, but to compare the same actors playing other types. For example, Christian Bale in "The Machinist" (Trevor Reznik) and then in Christopher Nolan's Batman (Bruce Wayne). There is also the "Equilibrium" role (John Preston).
Another actor with so many characters but always the same face is Tom Hanks. I guess Brad Pitt will mark a record too with that striking career.