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    he is the very essence of LSE, in my opinion—"patrician elegance", archetypal English gentlemen, he exudes natural charisma. I'm interested to hear what other people might type him.

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    ISTP
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    He's a J type not a P; so LSE is very likely



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    some more info about him, courtesy of IMDb —

    Charles Dance is an English actor, screenwriter, and film director. Dance typically plays assertive bureaucrats or villains. Some of his most high-profile roles are Tywin Lannister in HBO's Game of Thrones, Guy Perron in The Jewel in the Crown (1984), Sardo Numspa in The Golden Child (1986), Dr. Jonathan Clemens in Alien 3 (1992), Benedict in Last Action Hero (1993), the Master Vampire in Dracula Untold (2014), Lord Havelock Vetinari in Terry Pratchett's Going Postal (2010) and Alastair Denniston in The Imitation Game (2014).

    In 1975, he became supporting player with the Royal Shakespeare Company and played roles in "Hamlet", "Henry IV", "Richard III", "Henry V", "As You Like It" and "Coriolanus", among others.
    personal quotes —

    I hate the "suave and debonair" tag. I am neither. I'm actually as common as mud. I'm not particularly well-read, or bred. But the way I look... I seem to have this sort of 'aristocratic' demeanor. When you have a label stuck on you, people tend to believe it. If someone calls you suave and debonair you only get offered parts in a suit and a collar and tie. It just so happens I wear them reasonably well.
    [on certain scenes in the television series Game of Thrones (2011)] You saw all this violence and all this rumpy pumpy, and it's all doggie-style. I said to [the executive producers] "Obviously, the missionary position didn't come into vogue for a few years yet in the Seven Kingdoms". And they said "We wanted it to be kind of animalistic, Charles" and I said, "Well, it's certainly that".
    I'm riddled with cynicism. Whenever anyone says 'trust me,' the hairs go up on the back of my neck.
    My face lends itself to austere characters, and unless they're two-dimensional, I will do them. Any actor will tell you that an interesting villain is much more interesting to play.
    I got a lot of energy from directing the film 'Ladies In Lavender.' You wonder if you have the stamina because as an actor you can lounge around the trailer during the scenes you're not in, but as a director, you're there from first thing in the morning to last thing at night every day of the week. I found it incredibly energizing.
    You should encourage a child to show off. You can say to a child, 'Stop being rude,' 'Stop shouting,' 'Stop jumping around on the furniture.' But 'Stop showing off'? That's awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hag View Post
    he is the very essence of LSE, in my opinion—"patrician elegance", archetypal English gentlemen, he exudes natural charisma. I'm interested to hear what other people might type him.
    I've posted him up for typing before and the only other alternative I see as his typing is LSI. Some male LSIs will have that same courteous, gentlemen-like style of behavior (e.g. Attracting LSIs by Shahrazada) dictated by their role Fi as well as well as "aristocratic" quadra values that Beta types have in common with Deltas. The progression of LSI-EIE dualization in some way parallels their corresponding Delta rational, aristocrat pair EII-LSE, where LSE and LSI play somewhat similar roles.

    VI-wise he also looks similar to the old Ti-ISTj composite.

    Enneagramically he's probably either 1w2 or 3w2.






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    Quote Originally Posted by silke View Post
    I've posted him up for typing before and the only other alternative I see as his typing is LSI. Some male LSIs will have that same courteous, gentlemen-like style of behavior (e.g. Attracting LSIs by Shahrazada) dictated by their role Fi as well as well as "aristocratic" quadra values that Beta types have in common with Deltas. The progression of LSI-EIE dualization in some way parallels their corresponding Delta rational, aristocrat pair EII-LSE, where LSE and LSI play somewhat similar roles.

    VI-wise he also looks similar to the old Ti-ISTj composite.

    Enneagramically he's probably either 1w2 or 3w2.
    very interesting! i hadn't even considered LSI, but it seems a very real possibility now that you mention it.

    i have a hard time differentiating between LSI and LSE, specifically if the LSE is of a more reserved or formal disposition. (enneagram 1 and 9?)


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    He VIs oddly like some ISFjs do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenbane View Post
    He VIs oddly like some ISFjs do.
    I believe that Tywin Lannister is considered to be LIE, and Charles Dance said that that particular role required the least amount of acting of any of his roles. However, I don't think he is LIE. Nor do I think he is LSI. He could be ESI, though.

    In @Maritsa's post, his second picture looks ILE to me. But in his interview videos, he is too precise and conclusive to be ILE. He doesn't ramble on about multiple possibilities. Instead, he is the opposite of that. He is concise and definite.

    When I saw his picture in @kalinoche's post, I thought he looked exactly like Paul Newman, who is ESI.

    So, perhaps he is ESI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    I believe that Tywin Lannister is considered to be LIE, and Charles Dance said that that particular role required the least amount of acting of any of his roles. However, I don't think he is LIE. Nor do I think he is LSI. He could be ESI, though.

    In @Maritsa's post, his second picture looks ILE to me. But in his interview videos, he is too precise and conclusive to be ILE. He doesn't ramble on about multiple possibilities. Instead, he is the opposite of that. He is concise and definite.

    When I saw his picture in @kalinoche's post, I thought he looked exactly like Paul Newman, who is ESI.

    So, perhaps he is ESI.
    this might make for an interesting initial typing cocoon. paul newman looks mushier but maybe something blackened dance's heart a long time ago. having said that, i watched part of a documentary where dance was explaining to the reporter how he increases his presence on stage and said something like ''u need to visualise that what you say/sing forms a cloud in front of your mouth, which you then need to elevate and push towards the audience''. i found this very accurate and yeah it was an aha/fk yeah moment for me because i was fresh from having reached the same conclusion (i sing celine dion when i walk and i think she is a master at this because she barely moves her mouth when she sings . i now totally believe that when people move their mouths a lot are either rookies at singing or mimes. period.)
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    Lsi or se creative at least. Not lse.

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    LSIs are way more attractive than this
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