Although funnyman Robin Williams has been sober for several years, he’s checking into rehab for a little maintenance.told People.com, "After working back-to-back projects, Robin is simply taking the opportunity to fine-tune and focus on his continued commitment, of which he remains extremely proud.”
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Actor Robin Williams said "I do" for the third time this past weekend in Napa Valley, Calif.
Williams, 60, wed graphic designer Susan Schneider on Sunday at Meadowood Resort, according to People. Wedding guests included Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Billy Crystal.
"Mr. Williams' operation went extremely well and we expect him to make a full recovery. The 3-1/2-hour heart surgery was conducted to replace his aortic valve, repair his mitral valve, and correct his irregular heartbeat," said A. Marc Gillinov, M.D., a staff cardiothoracic surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic. "His heart is strong and he will have normal heart function in the coming weeks with no limitations on what he'll be able to do."
Williams also released a statement regarding his surgery and the doctors who have treated him at the Cleveland Clinic. "The professionals at the University of Miami Hospital and ultimately at the Cleveland Clinic were all fantastic," said Williams. "I can't thank them enough for their kindness and dedication while I was in their care. I must also thank all the people who have expressed their love and concern for me. I have been deeply touched by their support."
The actor added jokingly, "I got some great new material for the tour and can't wait to get back on the road. I'm thinking the next leg of the tour will be 'Weapons of Self-Destruction and Reconstruction!'"
Robin's one-man comedy show, "Weapons of Self-Destruction," is scheduled to resume in the fall.
Funnyman Robin Williams hit the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards Tuesday night.
And one adoring fan just had to know how the downs of his life span will impact the actor's future.
Only "Extra" got the answer.
"There's so much to do. When you come out of rehab you kind of realize this is a gift, and you go through that and go, 'There's a lot to do,' and realize the best is yet to come," Robin admitted.
Robin, we wish you all the best!