Page speaks naturally with a North London accent and has convincingly mastered an American accent for his roles on "Roots" and "For the People." Having lived in London, Zimbabwe, and LA, however, the actor admits that his voice sometimes changes depending where he is or who is he with.
"My father spoke with something very similar to a 1920s newscaster type of English, and I learnt that accent of power in post-colonial Zimbabwe. So I learnt that, and I learnt how to copy it, and I learnt how to shift in and out of it, but also talk like my mother's relatives in the village," he said in an interview with Square Mile. "Accents aren't accents, they're language . . . It's almost like a code. Because that's the key to who you are: it's how you express who you are. And how you express who you are is how you speak."