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Audrey Hepburn MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Audrey Hepburn'
Audrey Hepburn MBTI type

Television, Movie Industry and Mass Media


ISFP - 20
INFP - 15
ISFJ - 4
ENFP - 1

[Famous ISFPs]

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9W1 - 14
2W3 - 1
6W5 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 9]

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I was going through her goodreads quotes and she's the stereotypical Happy-Go-Lucky ENFP, even when she mentions introversion. "Everything I learned I learned from the movies." At the same time, how reliable are all these quotes? https://www.goodreads.

MBTI type of Audrey Hepburn

.com/author/quotes/692403.Audrey_Hepburn"officially" ????????? hahahaaaaaHello? She's been officially typed as INFP.

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.Also, she doesn't have that darkness female ISFP have due to tertiary Ni.ENFP all the way.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Audrey Hepburn. Too classy and delicate to be ISFP. She's been typed INFP too.Which of the 16 personality types is Audrey Hepburn?. ENFPs can be very stylish if they have access to money. She has stronger moral values than ISFP who let themselves carry and lose their own track. She looks shy, ENFP shy. Her style makes people think she's ISFP, but to me she's ENFP.ENFP? Her character in Breakfast at Tiffanys, sure.But she is quite different from that character.ISFx of courseShe reminds me so much of my ENFP friend."Keirsey & son identify Hepburn as INFP."I don't see any Ni-dom in her speech pattern at all. She sounds very simple, kind, sweet, nothing more and nothing less. Her quote "I decided, very early on, just to accept life unconditionally; I never expected it to do anything special for me, yet I seemed to accomplish far more than I had ever hoped. Most of the time it just happened to me without my ever seeking it." sounds very unassuming and more like a person who's living in the present than future-oriented. Although she might have displayed some Ni in her tertiary function. So ISFP is my vote.Audrey is a strong intuitive. The only other option worth considering besides INFP is INFJ.

And this is the part where I sheepishly reveal that I’ve been in love with Audrey Hepburn basically my entire life. Sometimes I’ll just click on this entry and flirt with the idea of saying something. But where do you even begin with someone like this? Is there a typology equivalent of “Never Meet Your Heroes”? I have seen every single movie with her in it, whether it be in a secondary or tertiary role -- yes even the three and a half hour adaptation of War and Peace (a film so long and ponderous it should, itself, be a war crime). And I’m pretty confident in saying that Roman Holiday is the single best thing Hollywood ever produced (until Richard Linklater got wild the idea to reunite Jesse and Celine on the streets of Paris nearly fifty two years later). But that is a matter of opinion. What is not a matter of opinion is that this woman is renown for a role that could not  have been more diametrically opposed to actual content of her character. Because, while I have seen Roman Holiday roughly about 400 times (conservatively), I have watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s only once. It embodies all the worst excesses of the studio system at the time. It’s no wonder Capote originally wanted Marilyn Monroe for the role of Holly Golightly. Breakfast at Tiffany's is a film littered with broad-strokes racial comedy, product placement, and an electric, sensual character at the center of it all who, on the page, does not strike the senses as in any way ambiguous. But this is the  earth-shattering quality Hepburn managed to breathe into the character, a sort of elegant mysteriousness.  This singular quality Hepburn brought to Holly is probably  why this movie, which is otherwise painful to modern sensibilities, endures and is regarded as one of the best Hollywood romance pictures of its era. She brings an elegant sense of mystery to a pin-up role. Because that’s who Audrey Hepburn is;  the very spirit of elegance. The portrait of composure. Just listen to this interview she did with Larry King. Listen to how she recalls the liberation of Arnhem. She starts with how it smelled, how it sounded. She says she has a photographic memory and before you can even question it she’s already sold you on just how detailed and rich her memory actually is. In function terms, she’s Si on steroids; oriented to the past in perfect clarity - and recalls the senses and feelings to a precise beat. She chooses each word with razor focused precision and calculation in an effort to be as dignified as possible but never even encroaches  pretension. When asked about a future role, her mind immediately jumps to revisiting  past friends and past characters. Not the most creative or versatile answer, but she freely admits that this is her weak point as an actress -- something she barely considers herself to be at all. It’s funny. I went into this post fully prepared to argue INFJ but I’m now of the stauch persuasion that she’s an ISFJ. When asked what her most difficult role was, she freely admitted to it being her most famous - Holly Golightly. Because of just how removed this role was from her actual personality. The flighty, extroverted, and highly neurotic Holly (ESFP) could not have been more different from the composed, elegant, and highly reserved Audrey (ISFJ). I believe ISFJ 9w1 is the right answer here.

I can't help but feel like you were masturbating while writing this x)