Paola Senatore (born 9 November 1949) is an Italian retired film actress.
Born in Rome, Paola Senatore worked in Italian genre films during the 1970s, including poliziotteschi, commedia sexy all'italiana and giallo films. These included cult films such as Ricco the Mean Machine (1973), The Flower with the Petals of Steel (1973), The Killer Reserved Nine Seats (1974), Salon Kitty (1976), Emanuelle in America (1977), and Umberto Lenzi's cannibal film Eaten Alive! (1980). In the mid-1980s, after two soft-core erotic films directed by Joe D'Amato and because of drug problems and pregnancy, she accepted starring in pornographic magazines and in a hard-core film, Non stop... sempre buio in sala .
Her film career ended in September 1985 when she was arrested for possession and trafficking of drugs.
- Women in Cell Block 7 (1973)
- Ricco the Mean Machine (1973)
- The Flower with the Petals of Steel (1973)
- The Killer Reserved Nine Seats (1974)
- Salon Kitty (1976)
- Like Rabid Dogs (1976)
- Oil! (1977)
- Emanuelle in America (1977)
- Night Nurse (1979)
- Don't Trust the Mafia (1979)
- Where Can You Go Without the Little Vice? (1979)
- Images in a Convent (1979)
- Action (1980)
- Eaten Alive! (1980)
- La dottoressa preferisce i marinai (1981)