Catherine Zeta Jones
Londo Mollari (Babylon 5): Don't know
Jack Jackson (The Pillars of the Earth): Don't know
Hades (Hercules Disney film): Yes!
Mushu (Mulan): Maybe or ESTP
Haruhi Suzumiya (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya): Don't know
Pinocchio (Pinocchio): Definitely an F, I'm thinking ESFP.
Richard Branson: ESTP (very action-oriented)
Ernesto Guevara: ENFJ (he just seemed like one in that Che movie I saw)
Mao-Tse Tsung: ENFJ (Mao's policies were very Fe-ish- he seemed to actually naively believe that his poorly thought-out policies would help people.)
Genghis Khan: ENTJ (too organized but admittedly I don't know much about his character)
Alexander the Great: ENTP (This guy was all ego which an ENTP can be..)
Chris Rock- I'm more convinced he's an F than originally but I still think he could be a T- one who is good at relating to people and knows how to use his emotions to elicit good humor.
I disagree with a lot of your typings though.
Some I don't know though.
We had many threads like these before ( and I made one myself), but I really don't see the point anymore.
If you want to make it to the famous person list, BECOME A FAMOUS PERSON YOURSELF and prove your success to the world. Don't borrow other people's success to boost your own ego It doesn't matter who you claim shares your type, because all you are doing is living in the shadows of other people's successes. Only when you become famous and say your own type will people listen to you and believe what you say.
For instance,when I say my personality is very similar to Chairman Mao and I am an ENTP, no one really believes me (in terms of his thinking or in behavior which I see shockingly similar to mine in the history books), and I am only living in the shadows of his success.So it really doesn't matter. Only when you become famous and carve your name in history will your opinions matter.
I think Steve Jobs is ENFJ actually. He's got all the makings of a good cult leader. XD Also, more of the presenter of ideas and bringing talent together, focuses on what's publicly appealing or on aesthetics, talks in terms of trends and participates in design, at best.. rather than ideas in the entp sense. I could be missing something, but I'm not sure what his talents are besides that. I mean, this was a guy who already had an idea about Apple's mission, in terms of it's personal/"lifestyle" focus on computing, before he had any ideas or products.. he just saw the potential, in the entrepreneurial sense. I think in the beginning, he even talked his way into getting contracted for jobs he barely had a clue on..