The genie from the animated film Aladdin has married for the third time. Comedian Robin Williams exchanged wedding vows in an intimate ceremony in California Saturday. Their representative confirmed the news to People magazine.

Williams, 60, met graphic designer Susan Schneider in 2009 when he was undergoing a heart surgery, just a year after he had split with his second wife Marsha Garces. Schneider helped him recover after the surgery, reported The Guardian. The couple dated for two years and finally decided to get married.

They tied the knot in a private ceremony at the Meadowood Resort in St. Helena, Calif., Saturday, amid close friends and relatives, including Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Billy Crystal.

Let the wedding madness begin, Williams' daughter Zelda Tweeted. She wrote, The wedding festivities rage on but my tired feet are done. Think it's time to lay in the tub, eat M&M's and write. According to Zelda, the newlywed couple also danced the night away. 

Williams, who has a history of extramarital relationships, has three children - Zachary, 28, Zelda, 22, and Cody, 19, from his first two wives.

His previous wife, Marsha Garces, divorced him due to irreconcilable differences, in 2008. Marsha, who was his first son's nanny, had been already several months pregnant with his child when they tied the knot in 1989.