As with the TeSi thread, I apologize for those members who know about this material already (from other sources such as the overview series). In many ways, this section of the forum is more like an archive where I feel a desire to store information, for future newcomers to have resources in place. But I hope it may still offer some new insights to old and new members alike!
We see this mixture in a variety of FeSi males who combine a polished and heavily masculine persona with a comical presentation. FeSi actor Terry Crews is one such composed, confident and sociable man who doubles as a humorist known for his many self-parodies; a duality that can also be found in his personal character. Here, Ne’s humor is utilized as the bridge between personalities, while Fe works to tactfully convert Ne’s initiative into a lighthearted social atmosphere.
We see this again in FeSi Michael Strahan, a former football athlete, current NFL analyst and co-host of Live! With Kelly and Michael. Strahan is no stranger to humor, often adding his own dose of parodies and goofy enactments to his broadcasts while tending to the emotional energies of the crowd and guests.
Cognitive Type, Ch 23.2
First up, the Charismatic Charmer, Shemar Moore:
This iteration of FeSi has quite a few differences from the Patriarch/Matriarch, primarily in the use of Ne playfulness coated with suave Fe charm. As a counterpart of the FeNi's flavor of Fe+Se charm, the FeSi charismatic charmer is more "affable" than "cunning"; more lighthearted and entertaining rather than trancing.
Both can be very compelling and persuasive, though I've found the charismatic charmer to have a certain ability (due to some lack of Ni "gravity") to keep things bubbling - and they will use this levity tactfully as a tool the same way other Betas can use Ni's ominous energy as a tool.