Hey thanks for sharing :crazy:I know I've posted this quite a lot within this threads already, but some of my fictional INFP character suggestions are:
Fictional anime/cartoon characters:
-Hinata Hyuga of Naruto
-Haku Shiro of Naruto
-Minato Namikaze of Naruto (although I'm not too sure about his type)
-Doug Funnie of the Doug series
-Anne Shirley from Anne of Green Gables
- Arnold from "Hey Arnold!"
-Aurora from Sleeping Beauty
-Kiki from "Kiki's Delivery Service"
-Orihime Inoue from Bleach (possibly...)
-Alphonse Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist
-Hotaru Tomoe (Sailor Saturn) from Sailor Moon
-Lacey from "Barbie and the Twelve Dancing Princesses"...
-Quasimodo from the "Hunch Back of Notre-Dame"
-Nagisa Furakawa from Clannad (although she might actually be more of an ISFJ...)
-Belle from "Beauty and the Beast"
Fictional/Real characters from novels:
-Ponyboy Curtis from The Outsiders
-Laura Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie
-Anne Frank from The Diary of Anne Frank (I actually suggested her as an ENFP on an ENFP thread recently, although I'm starting to believe she could've been more of an INFP somehow)
-Alice McKinnely from the Alice series
-MayBeth Aarons from "Bridge to Terabithia"
-Lucy Pevensie from Chronicles of Narnia
-Josephina Montoya from the American Girl series
I hope this helped :happy:!
Hmmm, interesting - I love that movie and Amelie is such a great character! What would you say about Nino Quincompoix?Calvin, from Calvin and Hobbes, of course. Other than that, the only one that immediately comes to mind is Amelie Poulain (from the movie Amelie).
I think Charles Wallace Murray, from A Wrinkle in Time (and a few other books) by Madeline L'Engle, might be one as well, but I'm not sure. I'd love to hear opinions from anyone else who has read any of the books he's featured in - especially A Swiftly Tilting Planet.
ENFP? He's very much like Amelie - definitely an imaginative, romantic NFP - but compared to her, he seems to be more at ease when he interacts with strangers. The narrator also says, towards the beginning of the movie, something like "while Amelie had too few playmates, Nino had too many" (cut to shot of unhappy young Nino stuffed in a wastebasket). Also: when Amelie goes to the porn shop to return the photo album, his coworker hints that he's had a string of short-term unsatisfying relationships - a common ENFP tendency, if I'm not mistaken.Hmmm, interesting - I love that movie and Amelie is such a great character! What would you say about Nino Quincompoix?
Really? That's AWESOME! I thought, with all the linguistics stuff, that Tolkien was a T. You learn something every day!J.R.R. Tolkien was an infp. So is Peter Jackson. I don't know about you guys, but I find it friggin' awesome that the entire Lord of the Rings universe is the product of an INFP mind.