1. Johnny Depp
We all know him very well and love him when he’s Captain Jack Sparrow too! But little did we know that the dashing and super famous ultra-talented actor Johnny Depp is a loner and very much shy of a person and doesn’t like much attention.
2. Deepika Padukone
The hot Bollywood chick Deepika Padukone who recently announced her Hollywood debut along with Vin Diesel in his movie sequel of ‘XXX’ is a very private person and tries to stay away from the glamour and is very picky over making new pals.
3. Emma Watson
Ok, we all really gotta admit that every one of us has a crush on this babe! The extremely cute and beautiful Emma Watson is an alone person and doesn’t like much exposure to the outside world. She stays in her world and she chooses to keep it that way.
4. Barack Obama
The most powerful person in the world, the president of America! He may seem all very confident and stunning while addressing the congress, kicking the door out while exiting the stage and ending his speech by awesomely saying ‘I just want to say two more words, Obama out’. But he’s a person who doesn’t like to be disturbed when deep thoughts are taking over him!
5. Bill Gates
The world’s richest man and the founder of Microsoft, he is undoubtedly introvert and gets his all super-cool ideas from that extremely focused mind when he’s all by himself!
6. Mark Zuckerberg
He took the world by a storm when he invented Facebook and changed all of our lives forever. We cannot even imagine our lives without Facebook anymore. Hell, it’s even counted as an addiction! This kind of awesome thoughts that lead to a revolution can only be emerged when you’re really focused and have no distractions. No wonder he’s hardly caught by the cameras!
7. Ranbir Kapoor
Well yeah, the most loved youngster of Bollywood. Born in a great family that’s almost lived its whole life in the glamorous world, this dude doesn’t show up much on social media and press events. Just try to recall when did you see him in the news last? Surprised, huh?
8. Angelina Jolie
She is one of the most gorgeous and highly rated celebrities of Hollywood. She is very careful in making new friends and she doesn’t really like public attention that much.
9. J. K Rowling
No wonder her deep thoughts of writing the famous story of Harry Potter came from her peaceful mind! She was in a bus when she got her first idea of writing the story of Harry Potter and she didn’t even have enough courage to borrow a pen from someone to jot that brilliant idea down. Well, you get the idea.
10. Steve Wozniak
That’s right. Him! The Apple co-founder was great pals with Steve Jobs since the beginning, but at times he liked to be a little bit phased out in the silence of the room alone and get lost in his deep programming and all kind of computing stuff he came up with.
11. Elon Musk
Once Elon Musk explained his commercial of showmanship in an interview saying “I’m basically like an introverted engineer, so, it took a lot of practice and effort to be able to go up on stage and not just stammer basically…As the CEO, you kind of have to.”
12. Larry Page
Larry Page, who co-founded Google doesn’t need an introduction. He is famous for his need to constantly move forward and innovate. His approach to business is that of an introvert person; constantly busy with his own thoughts and creative ideas!
13. Leonardo DiCaprio
Well, he may seem all cool and awesome, this Titanic superstar is an introvert no matter how extrovert he may look on the camera. He himself has said that he is slow with woman and that is the sign of an absolute introvert!
14. Albert Einstein
The biggest scientist of all time, the Albert Einstein was an introvert. No wonder how he came up with extreme deep inventions like Theory of relativity! He stated “When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking.” Albert Einstein also stated “The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.”
15. Abraham Lincoln
Abraham LincoIn the best example of ‘Fall seven times, stand up eight.’ Susan Cane described in her book ‘Quiet: The Power of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking’, states that it was easier for people to be successful as introverts earlier in history as people saw integrity and good deeds as high value, which was what Lincoln was well-known for.