The knot is tied! Jeff Goldblum said "I do" for a third time on Saturday, Nov. 8, when he married longtime love Emilie Livingston after more than three years of dating, his rep confirms to Us Weekly.
The Jurassic Park star, 62, and Livingston, 31, exchanged vows in front of friends and family at L.A.'s Chateau Marmont, a source tells Us. "It was a night filled with love, music, and lots of laughs," the insider says of the wedding, adding that Goldblum played piano and sang for his wife during the reception.
Livingston Instagrammed a photo of some champagne from the big day, writing, "Excited to see our pictures from our photographer but right now feeling so loved after a magical and enchanting evening on Saturday!!!"
Together since the fall of 2011, Goldblum and his bride got engaged in July of this year, shortly before they jetted off to Hawaii on vacation. Livingston — an actress, aerialist, and contortionist, according to her Twitter bio — posted about the proposal on Instagram, noting that she was "taken over by tears of joy n ecstasy" when he popped the question.
The Independence Day actor, for his part, gushed about his leading lady in an interview with Broadway.com last December, describing her as "spectacular and beautiful."
"I'm happy as a clam with her. I feel lucky, lucky, lucky," he raved, bragging that she was the "Pan American champion for rhythmic gymnastics" and a member of the Canadian Olympic team for rhythmic gymnastics in the 2000 Sydney games.
"When people meet Emilie, they say she's magical and very sweet and they're happy for me," he said at the time. Asked if he'd ever get married again — Livingston is his third wife — he replied, "Oh, gee, well, I would do anything with her. She's a spectacular woman. Who knows? Maybe so."
Goldblum was previously married to his Silverado costar Patricia Gaul from 1980 to 1986, and to his Earth Girls Are Easy costar Geena Davis from 1987 to 1990.