The actress passed away last week (beg24May10) at the Good Samaritan Medical Centre in West Palm Beach, Florida. No further details about her death were available.
Paul began her career as a ballerina, moving to Los Angeles at the age of 16 to follow her dream of stardom on the stage, and she was later signed up as a dancer for movie studio Warner Bros.
She went on to step in front of the camera as an actress, appearing in 1950s TV show Zorro as the crusader's love interest Elena, and opposite another masked hero in The Lone Ranger.
Paul also enjoyed roles in films such as 1956's The Ten Commandments, The Disembodied in 1957, and Gunfighters of Abilene in 1960 - her last credited appearance onscreen.
She was later known as Eugenia Strauss after her marriage to husband Robert, who survives her along with their two daughters and a son, according to The Hollywood Reporter.