06.06.1954, Copenhagen

Nationality: Danish

Civil status:  Unmarried

Children: Daughter

1976: B.A., University of Copenhagen
1973: High School diploma from Frederikssund Amtsgymnasium

Work experience:
1984: Director, Have PR & Communication
1984: Public relations manager, Gladsaxe Theater
1978-83: Director, Mabel Productions
1978-83: Professional musician

1981-83: Resident in New York
1979-81: Resident in Madrid

As head of Have PR & Communication, Christian Have and his staff have the on-going responsibility for PR and marketing for Det Ny Teater, Gladsaxe Teater, Husets Teater, Grønnegårds Teatret, Folketeatret, Nørrebros Teater, Helsingør Sommerteater and the Peter Schaufuss Ballet.

In recent years, responsible for public relations for Tivolis Koncertsal, Tivoli Revyen, the hit show Stomp, and the films Her i Nærheden by Kaspar Rostrup, Juliane the sequel to Klinkevals, the Christmas movie Pyrus på Pletten and the psycho-drama No Man's Land.

Christian Have is the idea man behind and responsible for the Reumert Prize for Theater, Denmarks biggest artistic award ceremony. 

Have is affiliated with DR-TV, Danmarks Radiosymfoniorkester and DR Underholdningsorkester as public relations consultant.
Other PR and marketing projects worth mentioning are Golden Days in Copenhagen 1998 and 2000, the Danish Royal Theater Elverhøj 1996 & Der var Engang 1998 as well as diverse projects with, among others, Sir Derek Jacoby, Richard Chamberlain, Jos Carreras, Placido Domingo, Chaka Khan and Astrid Lindgren. Have was responsible for the marketing and public relations for Michael Jackson in Scandinavia and the Baltic lands and for Whitney Houston in Denmark.

Among other international projects worth mentioning are the public relations, marketing and promotion of 3 Danish Oscar-winning films, Gabriel Axels Babettes Feast 1986, Bille Augusts Pelle the Conqueror 1987 and Kasper Rostrups Waltzing Regitze 1991.