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ESTJ Characters

Today, we'll look at nineteen fictitious ESTJ characters from anime and Disney movies who are relatable.

I. The overview of ESTJ characters

Today, we'll look at 19 distinct ESTJ characters who are modeled after the ESTJ personality type in the Myers-Briggs system. ESTJs are the movers and shakers of the MBTI universe. They thrive on organization, task lists, and productivity.

ESTJs are perceived to be dominating and contentious, yet they are also realistic and down-to-earth, making them good leaders. However, these 19 fan-favorite anime characters demonstrate that we can all enjoy them.

II. ESTJ Anime characters

1. Turanga Leela from Futurama

Turanga Leela is a character from the science fiction program Futurama, which was produced by the same people that created The Simpsons. Leela is a mutant human from the 31st century who serves as the captain and pilot of the Planet Express Ship, a delivery starship with an inept crew to say the least. 

Turanga Leela is the only member of the crew who understands what she's doing and consistently takes leadership of the situation. Her decisive actions frequently save her colleagues from peril.

2. Erza Scarlet from Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail's Erza Scarlet, an S-Class Mage of the Fairy Tail Guild and a member of Team Natsu, the series' core crew, begins this list. She also fully epitomizes as one of the ESTJ characters, particularly in terms of leadership characteristics.

Erza is a severe person who expects everything to be done correctly and will frequently reprimand her guildmates for their bad conduct and habits. Underneath it all, she's a compassionate and warm individual.

3. Mello from Death Note

Death Note is widely recognized as one of the finest anime in recent memory, owing partly to its ensemble of complex, multi-layered characters. Consider Mello, one of L's successors who fits within the ESTJ characters.

Mello embodies the quality of an ESTJ who likes to do things their own way and rule the show. Following L's death, Mello declined to collaborate with Near to arrest Kira, instead turning to the mafia for assistance. Mello isn't one to sit behind a computer; instead, he gets things done.

4. Olivier Armstrong from  Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood 

There are a lot of great ESTJ characters in this, notably Olivier Armstrong. She is a phenomenal commander who commands complete devotion from her troops. While some may perceive her as harsh and judgmental, those who come to know her find her to be scrupulously honest and recognize that she expects no less of herself than she does of others.

Major General Armstrong is the type of character that self-assured, assertive, go-getter ESTJs will identify with. She doesn't allow other people, circumstances, or even herself get in the way of her goals. She lives in a world of tangible facts and is committed to a firm, efficient moral code, similar to many real-life SJ types.

5. Jigoro Kuwajima from Kimetsu no Yaiba “Demon Slayer”

Jigoro Kuwajima, the tough-love instructor who teaches Zenitsu what he's capable of when everyone else rejects him, is harsh yet committed. Kuwajima, like other ESTJs, thinks that abilities are learnt by repetition and perseverance; battling through pain and discomfort to achieve mastery. 

Kuwajima's gruff demeanor, along with his commitment and loyalty, are common characteristics of the ESTJ personality type. He's realistic, intense, and forceful, pushing his pupils hard while yet truly caring about them.

6. Kanji Tatsumi from Persona 4

Persona 4's Kanji Tatsumi may not appear to be an ESTJ at first appearance, yet he possesses traits that place him in the ESTJ personality type. He may lack the leadership traits that ESTJs are known for, but he possesses other characteristics that place him in this personality type.

For starters, Kanji is one of the protagonist's most trustworthy companions. He has a strong appearance, but on the inside, you'll discover a friend who will always have your back.

7. Jean Kirsten from Attack on Titan

Jean Kirsten is an Attack on Titan warrior who is grounded, serious, and opinionated. He joined the military and performed admirably in the hopes of leading a tranquil life, but he was finally recruited by the Survey Corps for a risky mission to eliminate the titans.

Jean is one of the most grounded characters in Attack on Titan, being responsible, devoted, and steady. Rather of instantly acting, he assesses the situation, pointing out hazards and attempting to select the most effective assault.

8. Nobara Kugisaki from Jujutsu Kaisen

Nobara exemplifies some of the better traits of the ESTJ personality type. She's straightforward, focused, and logical. She appears to have a fearless resolve to win no matter what circumstance arises.

Furthermore, her snarky sense of humour and confident combat style make her a fun character to watch. It's critical for Nobara to be reasonable and objective, but she also needs to be loyal to herself and not bow to the whims of others. Her audacious, fearless enthusiasm makes her a fan favorite on this show.

9. Izumi Curtis from Fullmetal Alchemist

Izumi Curtis embodies the resourceful, determined attitude of the ESTJ characters by being hardworking and realistic. She uses her environment to her advantage in fight and handles weapons with exceptional skill. 

She understands how to manage chaotic events, as proven by the fact that she arrives at Central and swiftly takes leadership of an overwhelming situation. Some of the biggest assets ESTJs contribute to the world are their pragmatism and excellent leadership ability.

10. Cornelia li Brittania from Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

Cornelia li Brittania is the Chief General of the Imperial Army, and she is rigorous and tough. This ESTJ girl has no time for dithering or skirting around other people's sentiments. 

She is simple, decisive, and excellent in the art of logistics, as are most ESTJs. She can manage and direct dozens of troops at the drop of a hat in an instant. Cornelia, on the other hand, is an unhealthy ESTJ who is hesitant to deal with change to the detriment of her family.

III. ESTJ Disney characters

1. Anger from Inside Out

This is most likely why the Administrator type is most strongly connected with the character Anger in Disney Pixar's Inside Out. Riley, the little heroine, is a different figure acting in her brain in this beautiful and surprisingly revealing children's picture.

Throughout the film, we observe that Anger is troubled not for the sake of being vexed, but rather because he finds something to be unjust. This is consistent with ESTJs' great passion and determination to protect justice.

2. King Triton from The Little Mermaid

King Triton is unquestionably of the "executive" personality type. Because of his all-knowing, overbearing nature, he is a natural leader. People like their sea king because he is wise, capable, and has all the answers.

He is the ideal leader, poised to command the sea. Triton's severe regulations and requirements might be difficult for Ariel at times, but he truly cares about his daughter's well-being. He only wants the best for his family and his whole country. He exemplifies the ESTJ personality type.

3. Kate Sanders from Lizzie Mcguire

Throughout the Disney universe, Kate Sanders from Lizzie Mcguire is a fantastic illustration of an ESTJ personality type. These executives know how to lead not just because of their powerful and aggressive personality, but also because they frequently believe they are the most capable persons to serve as captain.

ESTJs are fully aware of their abilities and will go to any length to rise to the top of the food chain—a rather simple procedure. Kate appears to be a tough cookie and the stereotypical "mean girl" at first, but as Lizzie and Kate get to know one other better, they find they make terrific friends.

4. Bonnie from Kim Possible

Bonnie from Kim Possible is another excellent example of a Disney ESTJ personality. She is equally as dedicated to the Middleton High School cheering team as Kim, and she strives for excellence.

Bonnie isn't scared to delve headfirst into any given situation when it comes to confrontation. She is a problem solver, and while she may appear difficult and demanding, she is really only trying to expose the best potential for her team.

5. Mother Gothel from Tangled

Mother Gothel from Tangled seems to embody most traits from the ESTJ personality type. She has a very specific worldview where she feels as though she has all the solutions to life's dilemmas.

If people try to get in the way of her plan, they will face her wrath and wish they hadn't. She even sings a whole song called "Mother Knows Best" which might as well be the ESTJ anthem. Because when it comes to this personality type, they always seem to know what's best.

III. Other ESTJ fictional characters

1. Nick Fury from the MCU

Fury is driven to make the world a safer place, even if it means going against the wishes of others, such as ISFJ Captain America. He is worried about the big picture and future stability, but he is also very pragmatic and bases his judgments on what he has learned in the past (more typical of ESTJ characters).

2. Eve Baird from The Librarians 

Eve Baird from The Librarians is a pretty archetypal ESTJ in literature, representing the ESTJ's straightforward approach, no-nonsense attitude, and ability to keep things moving ahead.

Eve is an ESTJ who is grounded in reality and cares about keeping the world working as it should, a feature she uses to keep the Library secure and magical treasures out of the wrong hands. Though she might appear brusque, she is extremely loyal and genuinely cares about others.

3. Leia Organa from the Star Wars saga

Leia Organa of the Star Wars franchise has a very different demeanor than your standard fictional princess figure. Most people are Feeling types, but Leia's reaction to Darth Vader, her critique of her seemingly inadequate rescuers in A New Hope, and her ability to take command of any situation are all traits of dominating Te types. 

She's the type of person that takes leadership, is deeply dedicated to family and principles, and wants the same degree of dedication from others.

4. Bryan Mills from Taken (2008)

He, like most ESTJs, is detail-oriented and can recall critical information quickly. He also depends on abilities learned in the past to address issues in the present – something SJ personalities excel at.

He personifies the ESTJ's quick-thinking, meticulous temperament. He understands how to take command, devise an effective strategy, and quickly provide orders to others over the phone on how to proceed." He, like many TJ types, is capable of putting emotions aside and taking definite, rational action.