Regardless, this doesn't mean everyone's affected by it the same way. Some types will take it worse than others, some may not be phased much at all.
Originally Posted by labcoat
He's likely ENFj, but I think its pointless to use synthetic behavior (acting) as exemplifying one's type.
Find me an actor that feels more in his element playing angry roles than this ESFp (Jack Nicholson):
Oh right, they fact they have strong rational functions to control their behavior is just a figment of their imagination.
From Jung's Psychological Types:
I term the two preceding types rational or judging types because they are characterized by the supremacy of the reasoning and the judging functions. It is a general distinguishing mark of both types that their life is, to a [p. 453] large extent, subordinated to reasoning judgment. But we must not overlook the point, whether by 'reasoning' we are referring to the standpoint of the individual's subjective psychology, or to the standpoint of the observer, who perceives and judges from without. For such an observer could easily arrive at an opposite judgment, especially if he has a merely intuitive apprehension of the behaviour of the observed, and judges accordingly. In its totality, the life of this type is never dependent upon reasoning judgment alone; it is influenced in almost equal degree by unconscious irrationality. If observation is restricted to behaviour, without any concern for the domestic interior of the individual's consciousness, one may get an even stronger impression of the irrational and accidental character of certain unconscious manifestations in the individual's behaviour than of the reasonableness of his conscious purposes and motivations. I, therefore, base my judgment upon what the individual feels to be his conscious psychology.