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Not surprisingly, many actors, scientists and politicians are believed to be INTPs (Introverted iNtuitive Thinking Perceiving). INTPS are known to be intelligent, logical, and ambitious. At times, they can be considered unemotional, but they are also known to have feelings of self-doubt that eventually pass with careful analysis.

Who is the most famous INTP? 30 Rock funny woman Tina Fey tops our list. Tina Fey is smart, ambitious, and logical--all traits typically associated with INTPs. Sigourney Weaver is another highly intelligent and ambitious actress who is considered to be an INTP. She has often stated that she is introverted and shy, despite being in the limelight for blockbuster films like Alien and Avatar. Additionally, actress and singer Charlotte Gainsbourg is a classic INTP. She has referred to herself as, "her own worst critic," as she is sometimes self-doubting in nature. 

Several famous men are also considered INTPs. Albert Einstein is thought to be an INTP. He said, "You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else." Logical, intelligent, and unemotional are words that can describe actor, writer, and lawyer, Ben Stein, a classic INTP. 

Are you surprised that any of these celebrities are considered to be INTPs? Take a look at this list and share your thoughts in the comments section. These INTPs were found on CelebrityTypes.com.
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Albert Einstein is often listed as an INTP. He said, "You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else."

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