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MBTI® Of Rami Malek's Famous Roles

Rami Malek in Mr Robot

From popcorn flicks like Night at the Museum and Need for Speed to Academy award-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, Rami Malek has featured in a truly diverse range of film genres. Add his success as Elliot Anderson in acclaimed television series Mr Robot to the mix, and what you get is a top-shelf actor of unprecedented versatility.

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As one can expect from a repertoire as diverse as Rami Malek's, his range of characters is as broad as they come, each with their own personality type. Let's take a look at some of Rami Malek's most famous roles in order to determine the Myers-Briggs Personality Types of each.

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10 Marcos Al-Zacar: ESTJ

Systematic and assertive, this splinter cell agent featured in a three-episode arc on 24 is so result-orientated that he was even willing to don a suicide vest and die for his cause when ordered to do so by Samir.

Like many ESTJs, he is concrete and geared up to take charge upon making his mind up. It is for this reason that, despite the pleas of his mother, he persisted with his plan to detrimental results.

9 Pharaoh Ahkmenrah: ISFP

While most feared this wrapped-up mummy during the majority of the first Night At The Museum film, Larry and the rest of the crew soon discovered that, upon being released from his wrappings, Pharaoh Ahkmenrah was a compassionate and helpful ally.

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Like a true ISFP, he showed immense loyalty by staying at Larry's side for the duration of the film trilogy, from assisting Larry track down security guard Cecil in Central Park to accompanying Larry to London in order to learn how to restore the Tablet of Ahkmenrah. Overall, he proved to a caring and gentle soul, as an ISFP should be.

8 Benjamin: ENFP

A risk-taker with confidence in his own abilities, this vampire from the Egyptian coven in The Twilight Saga has a sense of independence and spontaneity that radiates with his ENFP personality.

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He has a clear sense of what is right and wrong and is a strong independent thinker, which perfectly shows off the creativity exhibited in so many ENFPs. His caring nature and moral fiber have earned him the respect of Edward Cullen and the admiration of the other members of his coven.

7 Finn: ESFP

The computer expert in Tobey Marshall's crew, this quirky and colorful character has an ESFP personality that is clearly shown by his playfulness when joking with his crewmates and the energy and enthusiasm he brings to the table when tasked with an important mission.

His typical ESFP spontaneity is especially evident during the memorable scene where he strips down in the middle of his office, kisses his crush, and rushes out the building to meet up with his crew upon learning that Tobey got accepted into the De Leon cross-country race.

6 Merriel "Snafu" Shelton: ESTJ

This marine from The Pacific miniseries oftentimes comes across as arrogant and egotistic, which is a result of the assertiveness that is embedded in so many ESTJs. His decisiveness resulted in the development of concrete opinions, while his hot temper would lead to many an argument with others due to his need to always prove himself correct.

Some of Snafu's personality traits do prove him to be an asset to his division. His motivation leads him to be a results-orientated soldier who always gives his all in order to get the job done.

5 Kenny: ESFP

With his hilarious side comments and quick-witted jokes, The War At Home's Kenny exhibits a level of observational skills that are oftentimes unique to ESFP personality types. He and his best friend Larry often share some amusing scenes together involving conversations on school, girls, and their social lives in general.

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Larry is incredibly sociable and, with his talkative and flamboyant demeanor, can easily make conversation with any member of the Gold family.

4 Flip McVicker: INTP

While he is ingenious and passionate when it comes to working on his television show, this aspiring writer on BoJack Horseman is arrogant and pretentious, struggling to give credit to anyone but himself when something goes well.

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Like many INTPs, he suffers from being detached from others socially, and he struggles to connect with others on an emotional level. He also comes across as being misogynistic due to his comments towards certain coworkers, which display his often critical demeanor.

3 Louis Dega: ENTJ

This quirky and wealthy counterfeiter from the 2017 remake of Papillon boasts an innovative mind which he uses to his advantage in order to secure survival in the penal colony on Devil's Island. While many other prisoners looked to target him for his money, he used his strategic mindset and ENTJ initiator trait to approach fellow inmate Henri "Papillon" Charriere with a survival plan.

Using his logic to determine that Henri was one of the physically stronger prisoners, he decisively approached him with an ingenious plan; if Henri provided him with protection, Louis would fund his escape.

2 Elliot Alderson: INTP

Rami Malek in Mr Robot

While a genius in his own right, this cybersecurity engineer suffers from social anxiety and clinical depression, all of which stem from his detachment issues. Like most INTPs, he is soft-spoken and prefers to keep to himself.

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Some of the advantages to his personality, however, include being incredibly logical and analytical, which allows him to be an efficient and valued employee at Allsafe Cybersecurity, as well as a successful vigilante hacker during his off hours.

1 Freddie Mercury: ESFP

Bohemian Rhapsody Rami Malek (Freddie Mercury)

With his outrageous fashion choices and spontaneous outspokenness, the star of Bohemian Rhapsody and lead singer of Queen displays a strong ESFP personality. He was incredibly enthusiastic about his music and showed no hesitation when hitting back at critics of his songs. That includes the time that Ray Foster criticized Bohemian Rhapsody.

His energy and expressiveness were crucial in driving Queen to the top of the charts, and his expressiveness during performances will be remembered throughout history.

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