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    Default List of ENFPs in Popular Culture

    Here is a list I compiled of ENFPs in movies and tv. I have analyzed each of these characters extensively and believe them to be ENFPs. As an ENFP myself, I also connect with them emotionally and mentally. Let me know what you think! Do you agree? Disagree? Do you know of any that I haven't listed? Comment Below

    DISNEY:

    Princess Anna "Frozen"
    Rapunzel "Tangled"
    Jane Porter "Tarzan"
    Wendy Darling "Peter Pan"

    NON DISNEY ANIMATION:

    Anastasia "Anastasia"
    Kayley "Quest for Camelot"

    TELEVISION:

    Lorelai Gilmore "Gilmore Girls"
    Pheobe Buffay "Friends"
    Jeannie "I Dream of Jeannie"
    Holly Tyler "What I Like about you"
    Bobby Hill "King of the Hill"
    Lucy Camden "7th Heaven"
    Lucy Ricardo "I Love Lucy"
    Ruby (Red Riding Hood) "Once Upon a Time"
    Kermit the Frog "The Muppets"
    George Costanza "Seinfeld"
    Van Montgomery "Reba"
    Buster Baxter "Arthur"
    Muffy Crosswire "Arthur"
    Topanga Lawrence (in the first few seasons) "Boy Meets World."
    Sue Heck "The Middle"
    Phil Dunphy "Modern Family"
    Michael Scott "The Office"
    Gina Linetti "Brooklyn Nine Nine"
    Chloe Lane "Smallville"

    MOVIES:

    Cher Horrowitz "Clueless"
    Willy Wonka "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (from the 70s)
    Luna Lovegood "Harry Potter Series"
    Geet "Jab We Met"
    Arwen "Lord of the Rings"
    Josephine March "Little Women"
    Sue Storm "Fantastic Four"
    Charles Xavier "X-Men"
    Maria VonTrapp "Sound of Music"

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    I definitely agree with Rapunzel, but I think Anna seems more ESFP. I connect with her as well though, but EFPs can present themselves in similar ways so it's not surprising that you do too. I connect with Misa Amane too who is ESFP (or else she wouldn't be in my avatar haha).

    Lorelai Gilmore and Phoebe Buffay for sure though. Can't say much otherwise though, except I've never seen Luna Lovegood typed as an extrovert until this post.
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    a lot of these are good, but I can't agree with a few of them.

    Cher from clueless always struck me as a Fe-dom, George Constanza is slightly untypable but comes across as NTP, and was based on a real life NTP. Luna Lovegood is INFP. Topanga is ENFJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    George Constanza is slightly untypable but comes across as NTP, and was based on a real life NTP. Luna Lovegood is INFP. Topanga is ENFJ.
    Oh, I totally missed George. Yeah, he's definitely not ENFP imo.

    Van from Reba I can see as ENFP though! Cheyenne makes a good contrast as an ESFP too.

    I haven't seen Arthur in a while (I wanna rewatch it though because as an adult DW's lines are still golden) but from what I remember Muffy seemed pretty EJ.
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    Add Hawkeye Pierce from M*A*S*H and J.D. from Scrubs to the list of TV characters.

    Also, I really don't think Gina from Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an ENFP. She seems more like an ESFP, or maybe ESTP.

    Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka is totally an ENTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    a lot of these are good, but I can't agree with a few of them.

    Cher from clueless always struck me as a Fe-dom, George Constanza is slightly untypable but comes across as NTP, and was based on a real life NTP. Luna Lovegood is INFP. Topanga is ENFJ.
    Regarding Topanga Lawrence, I agree with you 100% Topanga is an ENFJ....after season three of the show. After season three she was the portrait of ENFJ. But back in her hippie days, seasons one and two, she was quite the ENFP. She was soooo NOT a J. She was completely laid back, didn't care if things were her way, was spontaneous, didn't feel the need to plan things out..a total P. Her personality completely changed in season 3, when the writers decided to make her a main character.

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    I always thought of George as the perfect example of an unhealthy, dysfunctional ENFP. He has all the negative qualities of an ENFP, and only a few of the positives lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Add Hawkeye Pierce from M*A*S*H and J.D. from Scrubs to the list of TV characters.

    Also, I really don't think Gina from Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an ENFP. She seems more like an ESFP, or maybe ESTP.

    Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka is totally an ENTP.
    Agree on Hawkeye, but JD seems like an INFP to me. Same with Luna Lovegood (well more INxP). Perhaps she's portrayed differently in the movies, though.

    Speaking of B99, might Jake be an ENFP? He's definitely EXXP.

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    Oh, Jake. What a ridiculous man-child. I'd say ENFP is a good bet.

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