66 Famous People with INFP Personality Traits

INFP’s are known for being sensitive and quite, spending time connecting with the meanings of their surrounds. As dreamers, they may come across as distant but soon warm up. INFP’s are likely to stand alone and avoid conflict whenever necessary. Famous people with the INFP’s personality trait are listed below. Carrying a strong sense of metaphor, they dislike negativity and are considered the perceivers among other personality types.

A. A. Milne
Albert Camus
Albert Schweitzer
Aldous Huxley
Amy Tan
Andrew Garfield
Andy Warhol
Annie Dillard
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Audrey Hepburn
Augustine
Bill Watterson
Bjork
C.S. Lewis
Chloe Sevigny
David Lynch
David Simon
Dick Clark
Donna Reed
Edgar Allan Poe
Fiona Apple
Florence Welch
Fred Rogers
Fred Savage
George Orwell
Hans Christian Andersen
Heath Ledger
Helen Keller
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Ian Curtis
J.K. Rowling
J.R.R. Tolkien
James Herriot
James Taylor
Jarvis Cocker
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Jim Morrison
John F. Kennedy, Jr.
John Kerry
John Lennon
John Milton
Johnny Depp
Jude Law
Kurt Cobain
Lisa Kudrow
Louis C.K.
Mary-Kate Olsen
Mia Farrow
Mia Wasikowska
Morrissey
Neil Diamond
Nicolas Cage
Princess Diana
Robert Pattinson
Scott Bakula
Soeren Kierkegaard
Teller
Terrence Malick
Thom Yorke
Tim Burton
Tom Brokaw
Tori Amos
Vincent van Gogh
Virginia Woolf
William Blake
William Shakespeare

A special thanks to CelebrityTypes.com for listing out some great famous INFPs.

Infographic on Common Sleep Positions

The infographic below outlines common sleep positions and their associated personality traits. An explanation of the healthiest sleep positions are outlined along with some interesting sleeping facts.

Most Common Sleeping Positions