The infamous protagonist of JD Salinger's classic novel, Catcher In The Rye.
Personally I always saw him as a kind of INFP, whilst having no clear idea of his type. This could be a case of most readers projecting their own type onto him? However I think that the author is typed as INFP, and authors tend to write from the point of view of people like themselves
I: Hates almost everyone he meets; I'm not saying that Is are anti-social, but they don't require as much social interaction as Es.
N: Constantly making connections, hates sport (Ns are more likely to dislike sport)
F: Always reacts with feelings to situations
P: Pretty much aimless, goes against the grain, hates his schools, runs away etc
However Holden is under some interpretations of the book, insane, at least by the end of the book, which could affect his projected personality.