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Famous ENTJs

Below is a list of great, popular or unpopular but surely well known ENTJs who have made a huge impact on world's history. Celebrities, historical figures and leaders of all kinds:

  • Margaret Thatcher (former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)
  • Oskar Schindler (German industrialist credited with saving almost 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust)
  • Vladimir Putin (former president and prime minister of Russia)
  • Tony Robbins (self-help author and motivational speaker)
  • Simon Cowell (music executive, television producer and entrepreneur)
  • Napoleon Bonaparte (historical figure, military and political leader of France)
  • Hannibal (Carthaginian military commander and tactician)
  • Gaius Julius Caesar (Roman military and political leader)
  • Winston Churchill (former Prime Minister of the UK, great wartime leader)
  • Adolf Hitler (Nazi dictator)
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt (American President)
  • Mustafa Kemal Atat├╝rk (1st President of Turkey)
  • Dave Letterman (American television host and comedian)
  • Jerry Seinfeld (stand-up comedian, actor and writer)
  • Edward Teller (theoretical physicist, father of the hydrogen bomb)
  • Warren Buffett (investor, industrialist, and philanthropist)
  • Donald Trump (business magnate, socialite, author and television personality)
  • Hillary Clinton (US Secretary of State)
  • Charles de Gaulle  (French general and statesman)
  • Angela Merkel (Chancellor of Germany)

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Famous ENTJ Warren Buffet

Fictional ENTJs:

  • Eric Cartman (South Park)
  • Stewie Griffin (Family Guy)
  • Darth Vader (Star Wars)
  • Sauron (LOTR)
  • Frank Costello (The Departed)
  • Ari Gold (Entourage)
  • Barney Stinson (How I Met Your Mother) 

Note: most of these persons haven't taken the MBTI test. These are only our opinions based on experience with MBTI and research of these people's biographies.

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