i agree about iq. im just stating that is a throwoff. like a 2 meter tall japanese guy - statistically, he is not what you'd expect from an ESFJ. but that doesnt say anything about him specifically
I had an uncle who was a very quiet retired carpenter living with his wife in the mountains. I stayed with them for a couple of summers as a teen. My uncle was introverted, hard to get to know. As for his type, off-hand, I imagine he was a Thinking type (this was long before I knew any typology, so I'm going by memory).
However, one night I was camping out in the little trailer that they would haul around on trips. I was bored and couldn't sleep, so I was looking through drawers (it wasn't like it was someone's personal bedroom) and ran across this little book. In it I found my uncle's diary of personal thoughts. No, I didn't go snooping on everything, but I didn't put it away immediately either. What I found in the entries I did read was a private individual expressing very powerful feelings in the little notes about watching his grandson grow up. It was the kind of writing that would, for many people, bring a tear to their eyes.
Well, it was an eye-opener for me at the time. It appears that some Feeling males would like to appear masculine to the world, and keep their true Feeling selves a private matter.
"I absorb energy like a sponge everywhere I go. It allows me to see the world and my purpose in it." Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures (INFJ)
He's going home for the day to explain to his 12 yo how he really "feels" and to "straighten her ass out." Sounds like an ESFJ to me.
I don't really have an opinion on his type but that doesn't really signify one way or another that he's ESFJ. My dad is ESFJ (probably 3w2, 8w7, 6w7) and I have infuriated him numerous times but he's NEVER verbally abused me liked that. What you say could be applicable to most, if not all types. I just posted the vid for kicks.
I just consider Baldwin a douche.
Rob Lowe may be a better representative of an ESFJ male (sans the sex tape and drug problems in the past).