Leila Shenna is a Moroccan former actress who featured on film mostly in the 1970s.
She is most commonly remembered in English speaking countries for her role as a Bond girl in the 1979 film Moonraker as an evil air hostess. However, she also starred in the 1968 film Remparts d'argile directed by Jean-Louis Bertucelli, the 1975 Palme D'or winner Chronique des années de braise directed by Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina, as well as the 1982 Algerian film Vent de sable, also directed by Lakhdar-Hamina. The first two films were set in Algeria, the third simply in the desert. She also had a minor role in the 1977 film March or Die.
She is the cousin of Malika Oufkir, the writer of Stolen Lives: Twenty Years In A Desert Jail, an account of the failed 1972 assassination attempt on the King of Morocco by her father, General Mohamed Oufkir.