Chuck Lee was a fictional American intelligence operative employed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Serving as James Bond's American ally in San Francisco, the character appeared in the 1985 James Bond film A View to a Kill and was portrayed by British actor David Yip.
Serving as 007's CIA contact, Lee meets him at Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, where he is posing as a fish stand worker. The pair exchange sign/countersigns and walk along the wharf, discussing industrialist Max Zorin's activities. Lee provides details on the individuals 007 covertly photographed during Zorin's thoroughbred sale at his French chateau; identifying Bob Conley and Dr. Carl Mortner, real name Hans Glaub, who is revealed to be a former Nazi scientist specializing in eugenics. He also draws Bond's attention to mysterious activities taking place around one of Zorin's oil pumping stations and introduces him to one of the local fishermen. Lee later meets with Bond at the home of oil heiress, Stacey Sutton, to exchange and update information about Zorin. Suspecting Zorin of attempting to create an artificial earthquake, Lee leaves to inform his superiors in the CIA. However, as he climbs into the driver's seat of his car, he is strangled from behind by Zorin's assassin, May Day. The San Francisco Police Department later informs Bond, who they suspect of his murder, that Lee's body was found in Chinatown.