Let’s see, Canadian and New Zealand with a bit of Brit and Yank. I think that means that you are indeed a speaker of “Commonwealth”. Interestingly, Commonwealth speakers can do the Yank accent as well as most Yanks, and usually with better grammar. Here are only a few from the 54 Commonwealth Nations (excepting the Brits):
from Aussiland - Mel Gibson, Cate Blanchet, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, Tilda Swindon, Geoffry Rush, Naomi Watts, Rod Taylor, Rachel Griffiths, and many more;
from NZ-, Anna Paquin, Russel Crowe, Sam Neill and many others;
from Canada (O Canada) - Anna Paquin (Canuck born), Keanu Reeves, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Meyers, Christopher Plummer, Michael J. Fox, Seth Rogen, Donald Sutherland, Brendan Fraser, Oliver Platt, William Shatner, Joshua Jackson, Leslie Nielson, Graham Greene, Pamela Anderson, Sandra Oh, Mathew Perry, James Doohan, Coleen Dewhurst, Glenn Ford, Walt Disney (yes), Raymond Massey, Walter Pidgeon, Geneviève Bujold, Norma Shearer and many, many others;
from South Africa - Basil Rathbone, Glynis Johns, Ian Hunter, Charlize Theron, Juliette Prowse, Alice Kriege, Hugh Masakela, etc,;
from N. Ireland – Liam Neeson, James Nesbit, Richard Harris, Daniel-Day Lewis, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Farrel, Barry Fitzgerald;
(apologies for the sppeling or if I left someone out)
Yeah, we all speak that stuff. My Scottish wife (Clan MacDonald, Sept: Cromb; Per mare per terras) calls it “Celtic Crude”.