The mystery has been solved. CNN has published a verified report revealing that the iconic original voice of Siri is voiceover actress Susan Bennett of Atlanta, Georgia.
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Update 10.04.13: According to an expose on CNN, the original voice of Siri has finally been identified. It’s Susan Bennett of Atlanta, Georgia, an accomplished voiceover actress whose familiar voice can also be heard in announcements at the Atlanta airport and countless TV commercials, radio voiceovers, narrations, jingles, and much more.