I lives in Brizzle, birthplace of Blackbeard hisself, where all Disney/Hollywood Pirates hail from. To be fair, not all Bristolians born and bred sound like pirates, and I do like the Bristol accent. In fact, I like a lot of accents - probably because I don’t have one myself, unless you count BBC World Service as an accent, got told recently that I sound like Tom Hiddleston (Jag’ advert - How to be a Villain), which is a slight improvement on “Gee - you sound just like Captain Picard”.
The letter Z features heavily in the Bristolian accent, for example Wur zat to? Yer tizz! or Zider eye up! Mind you, too many ziders and ee might end up mad as a badger. Words ending in the letter A have an L added, therefore Idea becomes Ideal, “I’z had an ideal.” this applies to be pretty much any word/name ending in A “Wurz Theresal?” or “You can get it from Asdal.” Its a bit like the London area accent on words like Milk or Ill - where the L’s are softened almost to a W “Pint of Miwk” or “He’s been iw.”
American and Canadian accents are good.