None that I have seen but I stand to be corrected. Ilford paper is white, Kodak is yellow and I think Fujifilm is white too. They are black on the rear i.e. the surface touching the non-emulsion side of the film.
Originally Posted by Athiril
When using a camera with a frame counting window, I have always seen a light coloured paper with dark coloured numbers (or in Ilford's case, slightly darker numbers!).
EDIT: Ilford's papers are white for the majority of their length. The last few inches are black which gives some distinction between exposed and un-exposed film when rolled up.