21 Fictional Characters with the ISFP Personality Type

ISFP fictional characters

Today we look at 21 fictional ISFP characters. ISFPs are easy-going and have an adventurous spirit. They love nothing more than exploring the world and they have a special connection with nature, seeing beauty where others do not.

While they have a wild imagination and an artistic nature, they are very much present in the physical world around them, preferring to use their five senses to guide them through life.

Self-expression is important to ISFPs, be it through art, music, cooking or other forms.

This list of ISFP fictional characters is full of creative and adaptable people who bring color to the world through their unique personalities. For example, Remy from Ratatouille broke free from his family’s tradition to follow his dreams of becoming a chef.

Although ISFPs often have a calm aurora about them, they’re full of passion and can be quite unpredictable. They are big believers in individuality and freedom. Plus, they place little value on tradition.

From Meredith Grey, who always finds herself right in the middle of the drama, to Harry Potter, who did whatever it took to destroy Lord Voldemort, ISFPs have strong morals and values that they won’t compromise on, even if fighting for them breaks every rule in the book.

ISFP fictional characters

Harry Potter (Harry Potter)

Harry Potter is an ISFP. He is creative, imaginative and charming. Harry has an innate ability to stay in the present and not get lost in his thoughts. He was at one with the physical world. This was evident through Harry’s Quidditch skills. He is in touch with all of his five senses which repeatedly won him his Quidditch games.

Rose Dewitt (Titanic)

Rose Dewitt is an ISFP. She enjoys being spontaneous with Jack, an ESFP, and his extroversion help her push the boundaries of her family and upbringing. Rose was curious, like an ISFP, and she wanted to explore more of life beyond the riches of her first class ticket on the Titanic.

Jon Snow (Game of Thrones)

Jon Snow is an ISFP. ISFPs are caring individuals that want to do best for people and nature, which is why he wanted to fight for his family and for Daenerys against the Lannisters. Jon snow is fiercely independent and valued freedom above all else. This resulted in him having no desire to be king and instead he wanted to live the rest of his life beyond the wall with the wildlings, where he felt most like himself.

Bella Swan (Twilight Saga)

Bella Swan is an ISFP personality type. She is sensual and caring. Plus, she is always present in the physical world and at one with nature. She is trusting of people around her, namely Edward, a vampire, and Jacob, a werewolf, despite knowing it could be dangerous. Bella was also overly-sensitive, negative and lacked self-confidence. When her and Edward broke up she felt the pain so deeply nobody that could console her.

Jonathan Byers (Stranger Things)

Jonathan Byers is an ISFP. He is creative, artistic and unique. He speaks to Nancy and Will about the importance of being yourself. Jonathan is present in the physical world and doesn’t believe his Mom’s crazy theories about what happened to Will until he finds physical proof. Jonathan can occasionally be impulsive and he’s always ready to spring into action when there is something going on.

Meredith Grey (Grey’s Anatomy)

Meredith Grey is an ISFP. Meredith has strong moral values and oftens feels intensely passionate about certain causes close to her heart, which is typical of an ISFP. Meredith is focused on the present and the physical world around her. She doesn’t really give much time to theories and possibilities. Instead, she prefers to insert herself into situations and be in the middle of the action, for example, the bomb scene.

Archie Andrews (Riverdale)

Archie Andrews is an ISFP. He is a big believer in individuality and he places little value on tradition. As an ISFP, Archie is private and doesn’t give much away, instead choosing to express his emotions through song lyrics. He very much lives in the moment and, lacking foresight, he acts impulsively without thinking about the consequences of his actions.

Kiara Carrera (Outer Banks)

Kiara Carrera is a typical ISFP. She is at one with nature and, despite her parents being relatively wealthy, she only felt like she fitted in with boys and was one of the ‘The Pogues’. Kiara can react impulsively and can be oversensitive at times, which are typical ISFP personality traits.

Laurie Laurence (Little Women)

Laurie Laurence is an ISFP. He is laidback and incredibly loyal, but can be overly sensitive and moody, like a typical ISFP. ISFPs are creative and sensual individuals. Laurie expresses his artistic personality through playing dark music on the piano. He is a passionate young man, particularly about the March sisters. He confesses his jealous streak and that he will ‘hate’ any suitor of the sisters.

Allison Reynolds (The Breakfast Club)

Allison Reynolds is an ISFP personality type. She places a huge importance on individuality, with no desire to be in any particular group, Allison prefers to be alone. Allison is present in the physical world and is always observing people around her. She can also be impulsive and unpredictable at times. And, in true ISFP fashion, she is artistic.

Remy (Ratatouille)

Remy is an ISFP. He is a big believer in individuality and expresses this through his cooking. He places little value on tradition, and when his father wanted him to be a poison detector, he chose to follow his dreams instead. He lives in the physical world and is deeply in tune with his five senses, particularly his taste and smell, which makes cooking amazing foods enjoyable to him compared to other rats.

Pocahontas (Pocahontas)

Pocahontas is an ISFP. ISFPs are known to have a special connection with nature and often see beauty where others do not, which is Pocahontas to a tee. She is a sensual and caring free spirit who appreciates nature. She has a peaceful presence and is deeply loyal to everyone from her Powhatan people, to Captain John Smith, to Grandmother Willow, the talking tree. As she says herself, “I find joy in all I see.”

Sulley (Monsters, Inc.)

Sulley is an ISFP. Whilst he is highly competitive and wants to be the best in Monsters, Inc., he holds strong morals and puts these above his personal gains, whichis typical of an ISFP. He is a sensitive and caring monster. People are drawn to the peaceful presence of ISFPs and their deeply loyal nature, which Sulley shows through his loving relationship with Boo.

Aria Montgomery (Pretty Little Liars)

Aria Montgomery is an ISFP. She is kind, creative and sensual. As a deeply passionate ISFP, she fell head over heels for Ezra quickly. She is a loyal and caring friend who values her individuality and freedom. She has strongly held values that she won’t compromise for anything. Aria lives in the moment and can act on impulse without thinking of the consequences, whichi s a typical trait of an ISFP.

Nate Archibald (Gossip Girl)

Nate Archibald is an ISFP. He is naturally charismatic and has a unique charm that draws people to him. In true ISFP style, Nate has clear values and morals that he stick to at all costs. Nate placed little important on traditions and highly valued his freedom. He didn’t like how his life was mapped out for him by his grandfather and parents, and instead wanted to carve his career in his own way.

Sylvie Laufeydottir (Loki)

Sylvie Laufeydottir is an unhealthy ISFP. She is hell-bent on getting revenge and will do it at any cost because she cannot see the bigger picture, even at the cost of the human race and all of existence. Loki tried to talk her out of this, but like a truly unhealthy ISFP, Sylvie is unpredictable and impulsive. She only realizes the impact of her actions and feels regret after she has acted on her emotions.

Legolas (Lord of The Rings)

Legolas is an ISFP. Typically, ISFPs love a good adrenaline rush, and this could be said for Legolas, who chose to join the Fellowship and help destroy the one ring. Legolas’ keen eyesight and sensitive hearing mean he is talented at navigating physical situations. Because of his archery skills, Legolas rode at the back of the Fellowship to protect them.

Eleven (Stranger Things)

Eleven is a typical ISFP. People of this personality type are naturally curious about the physical world and love to explore, and Eleven is no different. She wants to explore the real world that she never got to know from her years in the upside down. She cares deeply about her friends and uses her powers to protect them when she can. In true ISFP fashion, Eleven can sometimes be overly-sensitive and doesn’t take criticism well.

Adam Groff (Sex Education)

Adam Groff is an ISFP. Every day can be an emotional rollercoaster for male ISFPs, and this is no different for Adam. His character developed much more in Season 3 of Sex Education once he had come out as gay. But ISFPs dislike confrontation and can sometimes brush issues under the carpet in a bid to maintain harmony. This could be seen in his relationship with Eric where they didn’t always communicate their issues.

Janis Ian (Mean Girls)

Janis Ian is an ISFP. Her personality traits tend to appear in an unhealthy manor. She is impulsive and doesn’t think about the bigger picture consequences of her actions, just like an unhealthy ISFP. She wanted revenge on Regina George fo something that happened years before and she manipulated Cady into doing her dirty work, with little regard for the effect it could have on Cady.

Hagrid (Harry Potter)

Hagrid is a typical ISFP. He is caring, loyal and curious. He is sensitive, meaning he avoids conflict and prefers to maintain harmony, but he can also be highly sensitive on occasions, which is often the case with ISFPs. Hagrid cares deeply about the natural world and animals, and where other people see monsters, Hagrid sees beyond this and thinks they are cute.

Final thoughts on ISFP fictional characters

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