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    Default Famous living NTs

    The time has come to do this for NTs as well.

    For pedagogical/illustratory purposes, I'd like to compile a list of 16 men and 16 women of each MB type, all of whom fulfill the following conditions:

    1. They must still be alive
    2. They must be internationally famous (for good things)
    3. They must have personalities that are well-known or easily researchable
    4. Uncertainty about their type must be minimal.

    Regarding NTs, I've thus far got 2/8 - Sacha Baron Cohen (ENTP) and Meryl Streep (INTP). Arguments available upon request. Want to help me get the remaining 6/8?

    Female ENTP candidates:
    Female ENTJ candidates:
    Female INTJ candidates: Hillary Clinton? Jodie Foster?
    Male ENTJ candidates: Bill Gates?
    Male INTP candidates:
    Male INTJ candidates:

    (Incidentally, I am perfectly capable of googling famous xNTx lists; what I want is to hear who you personally believe to be xNTx - with arguments and preferably with links to YouTube interviews exhibiting the candidate's NTness.)
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    Jon Stewart is an ENTP paragon. (I realize I'm not providing an argument, but, really, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more obvious example of an ENTP. I suppose I will support this more thoroughly if someone actually dissents.)
    Dost thou love Life? Then do not squander Time; for that's the Stuff Life is made of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    John Stewart is an ENTP paragon. (I realize I'm not providing an argument, but, really, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more obvious example of an ENTP. I suppose I will support this more thoroughly if someone actually dissents.)
    Who?

    (Rhetorical question. Whoever he is, he's not famous enough to bump down SBC, according to me. )

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    I stand by that George Lucas is an INTJ. His reclusive nature and dislike of making public appearances is unmistakably Introverted.

    George Lucas is known for being a technological pioneer (Intuitive Thinking) and dreaming up new and unconventional ways of making movies along with creating vivid fantastical worlds -- also Intuitive.

    Though he possesses a gift for imaginative storytelling, he is not exactly skilled at developing the human element, and so probably isn't the Feeling type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I stand by that George Lucas is an INTJ.
    I personally draw a blank when trying to conjure up his personality, though of course I know who he is. Do you have any links to YouTube interviews?

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    About George Lucas I think it was fascinating to see how he dealt with concept art. You just have to see it, it's just so INTJ. I think I have to see it again too, because I don't really remember much more than that. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    About George Lucas I think it was fascinating to see how he dealt with concept art. You just have to see it, it's just so INTJ. I think I have to see it again too, because I don't really remember much more than that. :P
    Yeah, I remember watching the behind-the-scenes of The Phantom Menace. The way he expressed what he wanted was just so coherent and visionary.

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    I think you can see some of his INTJ-ness in this video: http://starwars.com/episode-iii/bts/me3/5.html (Sorry it's not all Lucas.) I really get the feeling he is driven by Ni rather than Ne.

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    Thanks for the Lucas links, I'll check them out later. *adding GL to the OP*

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