Zohn wed New York City interior designer Lisa Heywood on Saturday night in North Bennington, Vermont, Peoplereported.
The couple reportedly exchanged vows under an arched chuppah covered in flowers and a cloth handmade by Heywood at the formal gardens of the Park McCullough House, a 35-room Victorian mansion built in 1864.
Zohn wore a silk and ivory linen custom-made suit by Aspetto for the Jewish ceremony, while Heywood donned a champagne beaded lace mermaid gown by Israeli designer Inbal Dror from Mark Ingram Atelier. In her hair, the bride wore a hand-crafted headpiece featuring beads given to her by Zohn's mother, Rochelle, according to the magazine.
After the ceremony, guests celebrated Zohn and Heywood's nuptials with a cocktail hour on the mansion's wrap-around porch, followed by a reception in the carriage barn. The farm-to-table buffet -- which was served from vintage wrought iron and wood horse stalls -- reportedly included chicken, sea bass and beef.
The band The Hair Farmers performed at the reception, and the newlyweds' first dance was to "Fields of Gold" by Eva Cassidy, which was sung by Cantor Shira Nafshi.
Zohn and Heywood told People they are most looking forward to "getting chubby and growing old together. And the potential we have to make the world a better place by the virtue of being together as one."
Zohn, 42, proposed to Heywood, 48, in July 2015 on the dock of their New Hampshire lake house after two years of dating.
Zohn was diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma in 2009 and then again in 2012 but is now cancer-free after receiving a stem-cell transplant from his brother in 2013. He met Heywood at a charity event in September 2013.
The Survivor: Africa winner and Survivor: All Stars castaway previously dated Jenna Morasca, 35, for 10 years. Morasca was his partner on The Amazing Race's nineteenth season and showed incredible public support for her beau during his cancer battles.