Which Famous Boss Are You?

Take our test and find out which celebrity boss you are most like!

GradTouch
Created By GradTouch
On Jun 5, 2014

What would you not be seen without?

What's the first thing you do when you wake up?

It's your birthday, what cake do you get?

Where would you choose to go on a work social?

What can be found on your desk?

Which city would you work in?

Choose a business partner

What's your drink of choice after a long week?

You're wining and dining a client - where do you go?

What best describes you?

Which celebrity would you invite to your Christmas party?

You're given a last minute project for a client, what do you do?

Choose an office pet

You're redesigning your offices, what do you go for?

You're taking a well deserved break from work, what are you doing?

How do you take your coffee?

Willy Wonka

Willy Wonka

Known for your outlandish ideas and 'think outside the box' attitude, you're loved by everyone and a constant source of envy to all your employees. Given the chance you'd give everyone a golden ticket to success.

Miranda Priestly

Miranda Priestly

You know what you want and how to get it. You are well respected, highly revered and no one in your office gets away with laziness, least of all you. However, you reward hard work and sometimes, just sometimes, you'll show a softer side.

Claire Underwood

Claire Underwood

Nothing stands in your way on the path to success. You are driven and ambitious and as a result so are your employees. You'll do anything to ensure you're always doing your best, even if this involves the unthinkable. People highly respect your work and would do anything for you.

Jordon Belfort

Jordon Belfort

You live the high life, work and play are synonymous and you make the most out of both. You share your life with your employees who are friends and advisers who both respect and envy you. You're on a speedboat to success and no one is slowing you down.

David Brent

David Brent

The joker of the pack, you are patient, kind-hearted and very self-confident. You keep up office morale even when the work is boring. An eternal optimist, you can always see the good in people. You're the glue that holds the office together.

M

M

Firm but fair your employees know where they stand with you. You rule the roost but aren't afraid to show your soft side. You are very good at your job and will only hire the best - it's a tough interview process though, you drive a hard bargain; but always come out on top.

Liz Lemon

Liz Lemon

You're quirky, geeky and slightly socially awkward but that's mainly because your head is elsewhere, trying to sort out the million and one things you have to do everyday! Your hard work is rewarded, however, and your office love you, just the way you are.

Malcolm Tucker

Malcolm Tucker

As a hard worker you expect the same from your employees, if they don't deliver, they don't deserve to be there. You lead by example and though you can be foul mouthed and are known for your short fuse, you always get the job done properly.