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    A Beautiful Mind is my favorite movie ever and I'm reading the book now. John Nash is either a really eccentric 3 or an especially ambitious 5. What do you all think?
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    A clear INTJ, and as far as Enneagram goes a 5 with a 3 fix.

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    Let's ask @Marmotini.

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    I love the movie too -- it's one if my favourite biopics!

    Celebritytypes.com type John Nash AND Russell Crowe as INTJs I think. I don't know enough about Nash to say, but I can see INTJ for Crowe.

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    According to my grandfather and his relatives A Beautiful Mind is highly romanticized, John could actually be dangerous and so forth. It's highly possible that was outbursts of inferior Se in an INTJ but the simple fact is that he was severely mentally ill lNTx.

    I think 5 is much more likely than 3.

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    I think he was actually an ISFP.
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