Charles "Chook" Fraser (1893–1981) was an Australian rugby league footballer and later coach. He was a versatile three-quarter for the Australian national team. He played in 11 Tests between 1911 and 1920 as captain on 3 occasions. He is considered one of the nation's finest footballers of the 20th century 
A Balmain junior, Fraser was graded with the Balmain Tigers at age 17 before an extraordinary 17-year career for the club at either fullback or centre from 1910 to 1926. He was member of Balmain's premiership winning sides of 1915, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1920, and 1924. His 185 first grade games stood as the Balmain club record for more than four decades.
In only his second year in first grade with just 15 games to his credit and still aged 18 Fraser was selected for the 1911–12 Kangaroo Tour of England. He made his Test debut at full-back against England in the 1st Test of 1911 at Newcastle upon Tyne and played in 20 other tour matches. He was the youngest Australian footballer to play Test football (18 years 301 days) when he toured with the 1911-12 Kangaroos until surpassed by Israel Folau in October 2007.
He made his state debut for New South Wales in 1912 against New Zealand. He made a further nine state appearances during his career against Queensland or visiting International sides.
He made ten further Test appearances (at home against the 1914 and 1920 Lions, while touring New Zealand in 1919 and then on his second Kangaroo tour of 1921–22, with fellow Balmain players Reg Latta, Jimmy Craig and Bill 'Chang' Schultz) playing seven times at full-back and three times at five-eighth. The 1919 touring side of New Zealand was the first Australian full Test side to cross the Tasman. With the world still recovering from World War I and in the midst of the deadly Spanish flu pandemic, the team could only find passage to New Zealand on a cockroach and rat-infested cargo ship out of Newcastle harbour. Half-way across the Tasman, bites from the ship-bred vermin led to Fraser and Duncan Thompson falling victim to blood-poisoned legs.
He coached a Gundagai side to success in a country competition in 1926 and coached the Balmain Tigers in 1932. He remained involved with the club in the 1950s and 1960s as a talent scout and lived in the area with wife Veronica for the rest of his life. Charles' 3rd son Jim, an avid sailor, went on to win the 18-footers World Championship in 1958 sailing in "Jantzen Girl."