5 Famous ISFP Personality Types

ISFP personality types are artists in a broader sense. You can’t box them in. They will experiment and test limits of what’s universally accepted. This personality type is not afraid to take risks. They are more likely than other types to engage in risky activities such as gambling or extreme sports. They also connect good with others, as they tend to be charming. One of the best qualities about ISFPs is that they are comfortable in their own skin, according to 16 Personalities.

When it comes to work, ISFPs desire creative freedom above all else. They need more than just a job. If you’re an ISFP, welcome to the club. You’re not alone. There are many different famous ones with this type, according to Personality Club.

1. David Beckham

David Beckham is a soccer player from London, England. By 1998, he had gained over $13 million dollars in endorsement deals. In 1999, he won the Premier League title for Manchester United. He remained with them until signing with Real Madrid. He became familiar to American fans with the release of the movie Bend It Like Beckham. He later moved to the United States with his family in 2007, signing a five-year deal. He retired in 2013 and by then he was England’s wealthiest athlete, earning more than $46 million.

2. Britney Spears

Britney Spears’s debut album “…Baby One More Time”, reached number 1 on Billboard Charts and she earned four awards at the 1999 Billboard Music Awards. Her fast-moving career hasn’t slowed to this day. She’s currently doing a residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas with an extended contract through 2017. The residency was initially expected to last two years. She’s also continuing to release albums and collaborate with other artists.

3. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is most famous for being the wife of 35th president John F. Kennedy. She helped her husband write and edit his famous book Profiles in Courage. When he was running for president, she campaigned herself from home, pregnant with their second child. Her efforts worked, as he became president in 1960. After his 1963 assassination, she remarried Aristotle Onassis. Later in life, she was an editor for New York newspapers. She died of cancer in 1994, but she remains popular with today’s generation as a political figure, fashion icon, and businesswoman.

4. Ulysses S. Grant

It’s said that ISFPs are not natural politicians, but a few have earned leadership roles with their charming personalities. Ulysses S. Grant is one example. At the time of his election as president of the United States, he was the youngest elected at the age of 46. He was a war hero, having fought for the Union in the Civil War and commanding his own armies. While in office, he didn’t have the best judgment with his appointments and scandals filled his two terms as president. He did push for ratification of the 15th amendment. Following his term, he hired Mark Twain to write his memoirs. They sold around 300,000 copies and earned his family around $450,000. Today they are classics.

5. Elizabeth Taylor

One of the most well-known women in history, Elizabeth Taylor was not only an award-winning actress, but she had her own jewelry collection, fragrances, and was recognized as a Dame by the British Government. She rose from a talented child star to a successful adult actress, a difficult accomplishment. She was an advocate for AIDS awareness and launched her own foundation in 1991. Her health problems in later life forced her to slow down before her death in 2011, but she remains a Hollywood legend.

These are only a few of the ISFP personalities who have made an impact on society. They’ve used their charm to make big influences in the worlds of entertainment, sports, politics, and more.

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